Friday, February 10, 2012
Updating Tonight's Rain To Snow
Precipitation is starting to move into Western Pennsylvania this afternoon as the storm system slowly begins to organize. Looking at the latest modeling with this storm system, the trend seems to suggest this is not going to be an "all at once" event and that our projected pittance of snows will spit and fit through Saturday evening. There will be breaks in the activity during Saturday but there are hints that we could see some additional enhanced snowfall as we work into Saturday evening with a disturbance tracking southeast in the cold flow of air on the backside of the cold front.
Winter weather advisories are out for Philly, Delco, New Castle County in Delaware, and suburban South Jersey starting at 10 PM this evening. The burbs north and west are not in the advisory because advisory criteria snow is three inches...and most places should avoid that tonight. Some spots will hit though...
We'll have another full update in the morning on where we're at and how Saturday will fare.