January 26, 2011 by USA Post
Tonight: snow, sometimes heavy, slippery trip! Low: 25
Thursday: Brisk with times of clouds and sun. High: 34 Low: 14
*** Winter storm warning for most of the area until 4am Thursday ***
*** Winter Weather Advisory for the Poconos, New Jersey Sussex County until 4 am Thursday ***
Snow continues at rates up to 3 inches in some places. Some places have seen only one or two inches, but there are spots on the roads slippery area. Another batch of heavy snow on tap is later today (between 3-17 hours) which will make travel difficult around until about midnight when the storm begins to relax. The average snowfall at 9.6 inches with the largest amounts in the southern and eastern parts of the region. Please stay tuned to 69 News and Channel AccuWeather updates.
Snow continues to fall at varying rates, bringing to three inches in some places.
Some places have only seen one or two inches, but there are spots on the slippery area.
Another batch of heavy snow is on tap for Wednesday afternoon, 3:00-5:00, making travel difficult throughout until the storm begins to slow down around midnight.
Snowfall will average six to nine inches, with the largest amounts in the southern and eastern parts of the region.
Please stay tuned to 69 News, WFMZ.com, and the 69 News AccuWeather Channel over the next 24 hours to get the latest information.
Here are the latest snowfall totals, as provided by the National Weather Service:
Fleetwood – 2.0 “from 08:30
Blue Marsh Dam – 0.8 “from 08:00
Hamburg – 0.5 “from 08:00
Sellersville – 2.5 “from 08:00
Perkasie – 1.0 “from 07:00
West Chester – 4.3 “from 8:15
Glenmoore – 1.5 “from 07:00
Honey Brook – 1.0 “from 07:00
Allentown – 0.1 “from 07:00
Tobyhanna – 1.7 “from 09:30
Wynnewood – 3.8 “from 08:30
Bryn Mawr – 3.5 “from 8:25
Norristown – 3.0 “from 8:20
Ardmore – 2.0 “from 7:10
Philadelphia – 0.9 “from 07:00
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