Another storm is on its way to the Lehigh Valley in the middle of the week--but it looks like it'll stay south of the Lehigh Valley.
We'll see clear to partly cloudy skies overnight Monday into Tuesday.
Tuesday will feature sunshine followed by clouds with afternoon highs reaching the upper 40s.
There will be a major storm just south of us on Wednesday with heavy snow likely south of the Mason-Dixon Line.
We will have the opportunity for some snow or flurries at times on Wednesday which may leave some accumulation of, preliminary, 1-3".
Closer to Philly we'll see 2-4" or 3-6" with 4-8" amounts near Baltimore and 6-12" south and west of Baltimore.
Again, all these numbers are preliminary and may change.
A 50-75 mile shift either north or south would have large implications to our forecast.
Stay tuned to 69 News and the AccuWeather Channel as we monitor this major winter storm.
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