In the wake of the recent winter storm, the Philadelphia area will get a break through Friday. However, there is the potential for snow this weekend.
Storm-free weather is in store through Friday.
The Sunday to Monday storm could pack a punch, if it develops to its full potential and occurs as a single storm rather than two separate ones.
The single-storm scenario would deliver wind-driven snow and all the bells and whistles that go along.
However, a new player has emerged.
A weak storm will roll out from the South and could brush the area with snow on Saturday.
There is a chance the two storms compete with one another. If so, more manageable snow would occur with both systems. If they get together, then we have the major storm scenario.
Tune in to AccuWeather Live Mornings every weekday at 7 a.m. and noon EST. We will be talking about the train of winter storms into the weekend.
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93 mph wind gust - one of the strongest gust at Will Rogers Airport in the last 40 years.
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