January 13, 2019
The Philadelphia area got an inch of snow that began Saturday evening and will persist through the weekend.
The National Weather Service issued a Winter Storm Warning on Saturday that will last until Monday at 4 a.m., with another one to two inches expected to fall in the area until then. Officials are predicting the snow to taper off Sunday evening.
Originally, the area was predicted to see up to four inches in Philadelphia, Chester, and Delaware counties in Pennsylvania, however officials saw a decrease in accumulations as the storm persisted.
Approaching 1-3/4 in Swarthmore,Pa. light snow falling pic.twitter.com/NuWWVrmbSr— Leonard Carey (@Len845) January 13, 2019
.25” accumulation on both paved and grassy surfaces in Plumsteadville, Bucks County, PA. Roads very slick and dangerous. 100% overcast, light snow falling. pic.twitter.com/THMGdK3Muq— Dave Curry (@CarlSaganRox) January 13, 2019
Snow in port Richmond Philadelphia pic.twitter.com/6tbcTi8LoC— Stainerdenise (@Stainerdenise2) January 13, 2019
As of 6 a.m. on Sunday, conditions could be hazardous for travel, specifically untreated and snow-covered roadways.