Snow Forecast: Nor'easter to bring several inches of snow to Delaware Valley Friday, Saturday

A powerful nor'easter could bring upwards of a foot of snow to parts of the Delaware Valley Friday night and Saturday. Most of the area is expected to see several inches of snow as the storm moves up the coast.

Weather, Winter Weather

1/28/2022 1:58:00 PM

NOR'EASTER ON THE WAY ❄️ Blizzard Warnings and Winter Storm Warnings have been issued for parts of the area as a powerful nor'easter could bring upwards of a foot of snow to parts of the Delaware Valley Friday night and Saturday.

A powerful nor'easter could bring upwards of a foot of snow to parts of the Delaware Valley Friday night and Saturday. Most of the area is expected to see several inches of snow as the storm moves up the coast.

is expected to impact the Delaware Valley Friday night and into Saturday morning and forecasters say it could mean parts of our area could see up to a foot or more of snow.The National Weather Service has issued Winter Storm Warnings for parts of our area including the I-95 corridor and everywhere to the south and east. Blizzard Warnings will also be going into effect for areas down the shore, while Winter Storm Watches are in effect for areas to the north and west of the I-95 corridor.  

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Nor'easter to Bring Saturday Snow: Timing, Where 7 Inches Could Fall❄️ FirstAlert Weather : NJ and Del. coastal neighborhoods are expected to get 7 inches of snow or more during Saturday's nor'easter. Philly and the surrounding neighborhoods will get less. Here are estimated snow totals:

Nor'easter to Bring Saturday Snow: Timing, Where Most Snow Will FallA nor’easter is expected to bring accumulating snow to the Philadelphia region this weekend with the Jersey Shore and Delaware Beaches, once again, set to see more snow than the rest of the area. We won’t get anything in Philadelphia just like the last two storms.

powerful nor'easter is expected to impact the Delaware Valley Friday night and into Saturday morning and forecasters say it could mean parts of our area could see up to a foot or more of snow. The National Weather Service has issued Winter Storm Warnings for parts of our area including the I-95 corridor and everywhere to the south and east. Blizzard Warnings will also be going into effect for areas down the shore, while Winter Storm Watches are in effect for areas to the north and west of the I-95 corridor.   The weather advisories will go into effect at 7 p.m. Friday and will not expire until the snow subsides on Saturday night. Areas under a warning should brace for snowfall between 9 and 15 inches, and wind gusts up to 50 miles per hour, according to the weather service.  Most of the region can expect snowfall totals between 4-10 inches with strong wind gusts up to 40 MPH. Ahead of the snow, forecasters expect temperatures to stay cold on Friday with daytime highs in the 30s that will drop into the 20s as the powerful storm spins up the coast on Friday night.  How much snow will we get? Rivaling models have predicted two different stories about the track and severity of the nor'easter over the last few days. The European model has said the system will spin far enough off the coast to pummel the Delaware Valley with snow, while the GFS model has shown a wider variety of accumulations from the storm hugging tightly to the coast.  The FOX 29 Weather Authority predicts that coastal regions of New Jersey and southern Delaware will bear the brunt of the winter storm, with between 10 and 15 inches of snow piling up. A large portion of interior New Jersey - including areas just south and east of the I-95 corridor and most of Delaware - should expect anywhere from 6-10  inches of snow.  Forecasters expect there will be a sharp cutoff, around the I-95 corridor, between areas of heavy snow and areas of light snow the farther west the storm reaches. Areas like Philadelphia, Wilmington, and Bensalem will be just north and west of that cut off, and could see about 3-6 inches.  Areas north and west of Philadelphia should see the lightest accumulations between 1 and 3 inches.  When will the snowstorm hit? Forecasters believe the snow will start around dinnertime Friday night and last throughout Saturday. The winter storm watches and warnings issued by the National Weather Service cover the evening on Friday and they do not expire until 7 p.m. Saturday. The FOX 29 Weather Authority believes that most of the region will see snow around 7 p.m Friday, starting light and becoming heavier as the evening continues. Most of the region will see light-to-moderate snowfall throughout the evening, but coastal areas will notice more intense flakes and whipping winds as the night continues.  Image 1 of 5