So far today the region's weather has been uneventful, and while snow is still expected tonight, forecasters are backing off on amounts.
A winter-storm warning remains posted for Bucks County, but the National Weather Service has taken down the warnings in Chester and Montgomery Counties.
The latest forecast is calling for 1 to 2 inches in the city, and 2 to 4 to the north and west from the backlash of the storm that still is forecast to bash New York and New England.
It remains uncertain just how much of the wrap-around snow will make it to Philadelphia as the storm bombs out off the coast, but it appears that none of it will make it this far until well after nightfall.
Temperatures remain well above freezing, and at 4 p.m., no precipitation of any kind was falling in the city.