The next storm system will approach us in a couple of days and bring a chance of rain on Wednesday night to northern parts of the region, with showers for everyone on Thursday as it crosses the region.
None of that is really expected around here as most of the light precipitation should stay north of the city and temperatures will be a bit too mild (generally in the upper 30's or low 40's during the evening hours). For those longing for winter, though, at least there is some "there" there on the map. After this upcoming system moves through Thursday night, the next shot next week could bring more wintry fun a bit closer to home. It's still several days away but modeling is hinting at some potential freezing or frozen precipitation a bit closer to the city (Lehigh Valley, Berks, perhaps the outer parts of Bucks, Montco, and Chesco) for a week from Tuesday or Wednesday. Again, a way's off and a ton could change but it's better than tracking 70 and a flood if you're a fan of winter!