Light Snow Could Affect Wednesday’s Morning Commute
Here are the details on the wintry mix expected to start on Tuesday night.
Snow flurries originally expected to affect Tuesday’s evening commute will hit the region a little later than expected, forecasters say.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for Philly and the surrounding suburbs, in effect until 7 a.m. Wednesday. The city could see a mix of rain and snow starting late Tuesday night and lasting through the morning on Wednesday.
Snow will hold off for the PM drive around Philly, but it will impact the Wednesday AM drive. I have your latest traffic delays on the 2s on @KYWNewsradio Listen in! Winter weather advisory (purple) for areas N&W in effect into Wed AM. pic.twitter.com/WVlKeDJOhf
— Justin Drabick (@JustinDrabick) January 16, 2018
Though only about 1 to 2 inches of snowfall accumulation are expected in Philly, forecasters say slippery travel conditions are possible during the morning commute, especially near the I-95 corridor. Check 511pa.com for travel updates.
Some good news: Temperatures will likely warm in time for the Eagles game against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, when the high is expected to hover around 54 degrees Fahrenheit.
— 511PA Philadelphia (@511PAPhilly) January 16, 2018