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More Snow to Hit Lehigh Valley and Pa. Suburbs on Monday – NBC10 Philadelphia

What to Know

  • A FIRST ALERT will probably be in impact for elements of the Pennsylvania suburbs, the Lehigh Valley and Berks County from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Monday due to extra snow. 
  • Accumulating snow is probably going throughout the northern and western suburbs in addition to Berks and Lehigh counties. 
  • The storm will probably be fast-moving however potent with a snowfall rate of 1 inch per hour attainable for a couple of hours.

A FIRST ALERT will probably be in impact for elements of the Pennsylvania suburbs, the Lehigh Valley and Berks County from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Monday due to extra snow. 

Accumulating snow is probably going throughout the northern and western suburbs in addition to Berks and Lehigh counties. 

The storm will probably be fast-moving however potent with a snowfall rate of 1 inch per hour attainable for a couple of hours. During this window of intense snowfall charges, the visibility will drop to close to zero and highway situations will grow to be tough to doubtlessly harmful. The heaviest snow will fall round 11 a.m. 

The Pa. suburbs, Lehigh Valley and Berks County will probably see two to 5 inches of snow with the very best quantities in areas that obtain essentially the most intense snowfall bands. 

Philadelphia would be the dividing line the place the northwest finish of the county, together with Mount Airy, Chestnut Hill, Manayunk and Roxborough, get a couple of inches. Down close to Penn’s Landing, South Philly and Center City nevertheless, there’ll probably be a coating to two inches of snow. 

South Jersey and most of Delaware, south of Wilmington, will see principally if not all rain. 

The storm ought to transfer out round 4 p.m. 

Stay with the NBC10 First Alert Weather Team for the most recent updates. 

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