Possible snow totals raised in southern Delaware


The National Weather Service has increased snowfall estimates for southern Delaware, but cautioned that at the storm track could increase or decrease totals.

A low off the Southeast U.S. is anticipated to intensifyrapidly on Wednesday and Thursday as is moves northward.

Temperatures are expected to moderate on Wednesday.

The system could bring some snow into the region from Wednesday night into Thursday. The western edge is expected to reacheastern Pennsylvania based on the latest guidance, the Weather Service reported.


The latest map from the weather service said the storm’s boundary is anticipated to be along the I-95 corridor.

The latest map shows a possible for four to six inches in southern Delaware, with lesser amounts to the north. Confidence in the totals is “moderate,” according to the Weather Service, which sees a sharp a sharp cutoff between areas that have little snow versus significantly more with uncertainty on those locations.

The snow is expected to end on Thursday night with windy and cold conditions on Thursday night and Friday, with dangerous wind chills of -10 to -20.

Cold high pressure from the west is forecast to build acrossthe region after the storm with no snow in the forecast.

Relief from the cold weather is on the way, but might come in the form of mixed precipitation early in the week.

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