Tonight: Cloudy with snow and icy mix tapering off by midnight; temps holding steady or slowly rising. Low: 25
Monday: Breezy with clouds breaking for some sun. High: 37
Monday Night: Partly cloudy with the temperature approaching the record low of 8 last reached in 1950. Low: 10
***Winter Storm Warning for the Delaware Valley, southern New Jersey and Delaware until 4 AM Monday morning***
***Winter Weather Advisory for the rest of the viewing area until 4 AM Monday morning***
The snow, sleet and freezing rain will taper off by midnight with most locations picking up between 2 and 4 inches of snow. From the Lehigh Valley on southward the snowfall accumulations occurred before the precipitation transitioned over to sleet and freezing rain, which general brought a coating to .25 inch of ice. Otherwise tonight look for cloudy skies as temperatures hold steady or slowly rise as the hours approach daybreak.
Keep mind though that even with the precipitation is ending by daybreak on Monday there will still be some slick spots on area roadways for the Monday morning commute. On Monday highs will top out in the upper 30s and low 40s as the clouds give way to some sunshine.
Tuesday into Wednesday we are watching our next storm system, which could bring snow and icy conditions at the onset before changing over to plain rain.