Plan For A Rainy Evening Commute For Philly & Surrounding Burbs - New York News

Plan For A Rainy Evening Commute For Philly & Surrounding Burbs

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Get out your rain boots!  A storm is moving into our area and it looks like we may see some heavy rain in the late afternoon hours.

Fox 29's Sue Serio tell us that we have a delayed start of the precipitation.   It now looks like 2:00 before we'll see significant rain/sleet/snow move in.  Anything before then will be very light.

Because of this, the changeover from snow/sleet to all rain should be quicker.  So, still mostly a rain event for the Metro area, south and east.

There is a Winter Weather Advisory for Lancaster County, Berks, the Lehigh Valley & the Poconos. Travel will be tricky in there areas, so drive safely. . An inch or two of slushy accumulation is expected.

The rain (snow/sleet far N & W) is heaviest during the evening commute into the overnight hours.  

Precipitation tapers off in the pre-dawn hours of Tuesday.  We should be left with an inch or so of rain by the time all is said and done.

for the latest radar images, click here to visit Fox 29's weather page.

Make sure you tune into the Fox 29 News at  5 & 6 for the latest on this small March storm. 

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