Things are changing by the hour and the real snow show starts after 7pm tonight for most areas south of Allentown and into Delaware and South Jersey. The energy from the west will add some energy to the already deepening LOW so expect things to get a bit more interesting after 7-8pm tonight.
The radar will begin to fill in the next few hours you can see it already over SE PA. Watch the wedge of snow and cold that extends into MD and DE. That area may grow by 7pm tonight.
The National Weather Service has downgraded the Winter Storm Warning to a winter weather advisory for the N & W sections of Philly but it remains for areas north.
We are also seeing the advisories dropped in the Lower Susquehanna Valley so we'll see how this snow band develops the next few hours...that will tell the tale of this storm.
So, Rob mentioned something about the 14th. I'm not seeing anything from anywhere in regards to any type of precipitation. Weather Channel says sunny on the 14th Reading. I heard there is also talk about the 19th to 21st as well
As a newbie to this site and a fan of weather, I'm really enjoying how this storm has developed. Both you and Mike have given great reports during the storm...and it continues...the fact you are in in AZ is amazing! This "nemo" storm has been crazy! I've followed it from the beginning. I'm a bit bummed that I'm not going to get 6-10" but the way this storm grew was amazing...I'm waiting for the backend snow now. Thank you for all you do for the site.
The snow has shutoff in NYC as off now. If there would be a time for a complete phase would be now. Funny thing the worst was suppose to happen between now and 2 am and it just shut off. I know theres more snow to our west but from a collapsing system to our west that was supposed to have merged by now. Talking about dropping the bomb........ Then..... It dont explode....... Or is it on a timer.......
Swing and a miss. We have been missing storms just like Ryan Howard misses low and away sliders. I have upgraded this storm to a 9.9 out of 10 on the Bust Meter. Winter is running out of time. Time keeps on slippin, slippin, slippin...into the future.
Some of the passed winters had two part sequences within a event.
I feel this is going to produce and I can not help but see last nights Nam banding frames coming to life in about and hour or two from now...
Todays first part is a typical Nor' easter staging, All great storms have stories as to how it rained so hard all the day before, then it drastically got cold and came back around and blasted the region with cold, wind and snow on the backside.
Very disappointing storm thus far. I changed my travel and sleep schedule to make sure I was around to take care of my housing project but it seems at this point like it might have been a waste of time. Pissed!
Kathy Orr, 2-4 Philadelphia, coating-2 south. Looks like I'm going to get blasted with 2 inches here in Marlton. With the team coverage on 3,6,10 and 29 I'm sure I will be able to make it through this. I sure glad I stocked up with 2 pieces of bread and a pint of milk.