Say it ain’t snow! This week, Philadelphia broke its drought of almost two-years without more than an inch of snow. Indeed, the city saw more than an inch of snow, something that hasn’t occurred since January 29th, 2022.
In fact, regarding Tuesday’s system, Philadelphia saw more than three inches of snow across the city.
Snowfall and frigid temperatures abound, just as residents are shoveling from Tuesday’s snowfall, another round of snow is heading our way.
Snow Expected Friday
Monday’s storm sprinkled 2-4 inches of snow in the city and surrounding region and now, what will be the second system this week, even more snow is on its way.
As far as the snow’s timing, it is expected to begin falling mid-to-late morning and will taper off by evening. The steadiest snow is expected in between 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
A Winter Weather Advisory will go into effect from 4 a.m. until 10 p.m.
How Much Snow Is Philadelphia Expected To Get?
According to CBS meteorologist Kate Bilo, Friday’s system will not be a massive snowstorm. However, due to the timing of the snowfall, residents can expect their morning and evening commutes to be affected.
While some areas across the region can see pockets of five inches or more, generally speaking, Philadelphia can expect an additional 2-4 inches of snowfall.
As always, it is best to prepare for inclement weather by making sure you have food. Also, make sure to have essentials for daily living.
How Much Snowfall Can Philadelphia Expect This Winter?
While, the early part of winter looks to be mild and wet, late winter will give us our best chance of a wintry mix or snow.
AccuWeather is calling for 16-24 inches of snow in Philadelphia this year, right around the historical average of 23.1 inches.
Most of this snow is likely to fall during bigger storms rather than a series of smaller snow events.