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7:15 AM | Accumulating snow this afternoon and evening; Arctic blast this weekend may be accompanied by some snow

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Cloudy, chilly, snow develops during the early-to-mid afternoon hours, possibly mixed with rain for a brief time from Philly south and east, some slick spots possible on the roadways at the end of the afternoon as temperatures drop to freezing, upper 30’s for highs early in the day


Cloudy, snow ends later in the evening, total accumulations of a coating to an inch from Philly and points S and E and up to 2 inches or so in the N and W suburbs, watch for slick spots on the roadways even after the snow ends, mid 20’s for lows


Mostly sunny, cool, near 45

Thursday Night

Mostly clear, cold, mid-to-upper 20’s


Mostly sunny, chilly, low-to-mid 40’s


Mostly cloudy, windy and colder with snow showers possible perhaps a period of steady snow, low 30’s


Partly sunny, very cold, still windy, low 30’s


Partly sunny, still cold, low-to-mid 30’s


A fast-moving system will spread some snow into the region this afternoon and evening that may begin briefly as a mix of rain and snow in Philly and areas to the S and E of the city. The snow will end later this evening across the area with accumulations of about a coating to an inch from Philly to points S and E and up to 2 inches or so in the N and W suburbs. There can be some slick spots on the roads late in the afternoon and tonight as temperatures drop to near freezing by rush hour and well below freezing overnight. High pressure builds back into the region for Thursday and Friday, but then a strong Arctic cold front will whip through the region Friday night. This front will touch off some snow shower activity late Friday night and early Saturday and there is the still the slight chance for something more significant than just snow showers this weekend. Winds will also pick up behind the front late Friday night and those strong NW winds will continue much of the weekend. The coldest weather from this next Arctic outbreak will likely occur from Sunday into Monday with temperatures spending most or all of that time below freezing.