As nightfall approaches Tuesday night we could see another coating.
Because temperatures are expected to hover in the mid-30s, you can bet roads will be slushy. And slippery.
"It's probably going to be worse north and west of the city, especially in Montgomery and Bucks Counties," said Brian Edwards, meteorologist with Accuweather. "We're really concerned about the morning commute because temperatures are tumbling."
A quick coating of snow on the highways could freeze causing some problems with slick conditions, Edwards said.
If the accumulations reach three inches there could be school delays.
Within the Philadelphia city limits there could be anywhere from a coating to an inch. In the suburbs, especially at higher elevations, up to three inches is a real possibility, Edwards said.
South Jersey should largely escape the sloppy weather - and see mostly rain - because the temperatures are expected to be much milder.
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