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Heavy snow that unloaded on Philadelphia on Sunday is being followed by an icy mix.
After emerging from north-central West Virginia, a band of heavy snow took aim at Philadelphia. A widespread swath of 6 to 10 inches of snow was measured with locally higher totals.
As of 8 p.m. EST Sunday, Newark, Del., sat at the top of the snow's totals list with 12 inches.
While the heavy snow has ended, an icy mix of sleet and freezing rain will follow the snow.
Travel will remain hazardous, while airline passengers endure more delays, cancellations and headaches.
Shoveling will become a much harder task to complete due to the icy mix further weighing the snow down.
Temperatures rose above freezing late Sunday night, leading to a changeover to plain rain. Highs will stay in the upper 30s Monday. However, a slow Monday morning commute may still result due to wet roads, reduced visibility and low-hanging clouds.
More snow could return to Philadelphia on Tuesday.
While the weekend started on a cooler note, milder air will quickly be on the rebound Sunday into Monday around Boston.
While the weekend started on a cooler note, milder air will quickly be on the rebound Sunday into Monday around Philadelphia.
Flash flooding returned to parts of South Carolina, including Columbia, as rain spread back across the Carolinas to start the weekend.
Tropical Storm Nora is headed to the Central Pacific Basin, where unusually warm waters have already led to a record 13 tropical systems this hurricane season.
A "blob" of abnormally cold water in the North Atlantic, located near Greenland, has the potential to put enough drag on the ocean current to impact weather conditions in the years to come.
While the weekend started on a cooler note, milder air will quickly be on the rebound Sunday into Monday around New York City.
Barrow, Alaska (1997)
45th straight day that precipitation has occurred.
Saco, ME (1998)
11" of rain over a 4 day period.
Boston, MA (1703)
"The snow is now 3 or 4 inches deep and a very cold northwest wind"..."much ice". Samuel Sewall, Diary, Mass. Hist. Sec. Coll., 46, 89.