Winter storm warnings begin at 11pm for most of the area and last into Thursday evening. Only the Lehigh Valley & Poconos are under a lesser advisory for lighter amounts of snow.
Tonight: Cold air moves in from the north, changing rain over to sleet, then snow. The change to snow occurs: Lehigh Valley: 10pm to 1am; I-95 Metro Area (25 miles either side of I-95): 1am to 4am; Central Del. & S. N.J.: 4am to 7am. Low: 27/32
THURSDAY: Snow, heavy at times with falling temperatures. Heaviest snow in Philadelphia is from 7am to 1pm. It will taper off to lighter snow from 3pm to 6pm. Totals: 2-4" Lehigh Valley north into Poconos. Most of area: 4-8", Best bet of 8" is central and northern Delaware into southern New Jersey. High: 32 early, then falling.
FRIDAY: We start the day with record cold (a low of 10 degrees, which would tie our record set in 1978.) Despite mostly sunny skies, temperatures will struggle into the upper 20's. High: 28, that's 24 degrees below average.
SATURDAY: Mostly sunny with moderating temperatures. High: 40. Don't forget to set your clocks ahead one hour when you go to bed, as daylight saving time begins at 2am.
SUNDAY: Partly sunny and slightly more mild. High: 44.
MONDAY: Partly sunny and pleasant. High: 46.
TUESDAY: Mostly sunny. High: 46.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny and seasonably warm. High: 50.