Thursday, August 21, 2014
Inquirer Daily News

Snow, 10 a.m. update: More tomorrow?

A couple more inches possible Saturday.

Snow, 10 a.m. update: More tomorrow?

The snow is shutting off, and the National Weather Service advisory now expires at 11, as the storm moved through faster than expected.

But fresh concerns are being raised about tomorrow. In the morning discussion, the weather service said that an inch or two of "nuisance" snow was possible tomorrow as a cold front drags through.

However, some recent model guidance suggests it may be a tad more than that, particularly south and east of Philadelphia.

As for this morning's snow, so far the heftiest total reported is 2.2, in Media. Final totals should be available in an hour or so.

Looking ahead, what Accu-Weather is calling a "major" snowstorm is possible Tuesday.

In Sunday's paper, we'll have more to say about whatever happened to that mild winter.


Tony Wood Inquirer Weather Columnist
About this blog

Everyone talks about the weather, and here we write about it.

When we’re around and conditions warrant, we’ll keep you updated about what’s coming, but we will do our best always to discuss weather and climate developments in context and remind you that nothing in the atmosphere happens in a vacuum.

Tony Wood has been writing about the atmosphere for The Inquirer for 26 years.

Reach Tony at

Tony Wood Inquirer Weather Columnist
Also on
Stay Connected