A large winter storm is expected to hit the Philadelphia area and most of the northeastern United States Thursday through Saturday, according to the National Weather Service. As much as 2 to 4 inches of snow is in the forecast for Philadelphia and Montgomery counties, mixed with some rain. Slightly less is expected in most of Chester and Delaware counties.
In general, the storm’s effects are expected to be more severe farther up the coast, with one to two feet predicted in parts of New England. Weather.com tracks the expected effects day by day from what The Weather Channel has christened Winter Storm Nemo. For more information stay tuned to www.weather.com and keep checking for up to date information, delays, and cancellations from around the area.
- Winter Storm Headed To Northeast (4umf.com)
- How Much Snow Are We Getting Thursday Through Saturday? – Patch.com (ardmore.patch.com)
- Northeast Braces For Powerful Winter Storm, Blizzard Conditions (nbcnewyork.com)
- A Winter Storm Watch has been issued (wwlp.com)