1-4 Inches of Snow Possible Wednesday [Update]
Latest winter storm now looks like it will bring us a few inches of snow on Wednesday, according to National Weather Service.
First, the impending storm was called a potential "atmospheric bomb" that could dump one to feet of snow on eastern Pennsylvania.
Now, the storm is having the most significant impact south and west of the Lehigh Valley
The National Weather Service has adjusted its winter weather advisory for the Lehigh Valley for 7 a.m. Wednesday to 6 a.m. Thursday. (Advisory was originally scheduled through 3 a.m. Thursday) The advisory area includes Allentown and Upper Bucks County.
- 2 to 4 inches of snow expected (WFMZ predicts 1 to 3 inches)
- Snow and rain will move into our area this morning
- Expect slushy conditions for the Wednesday afternoon/evening commute
- Snow could continue long enough to affect the Thursday morning commute
A Winter Weather Advisory means periods of snow may make travel difficult. Be prepared for slippery roads.