The National Weather Service has posted a Winter Weather Advisory that is in effect from Wednesday, February 25th at 10pm until Thursday, February 26th at 1:00pm. The potential exists for between two to four inches of snow from this storm.
A storm system in the southern states will slowly move up the eastern seaboard of the United States during the overnight hours. The storm is expected to bring some light snow to the area during the overnight hours, with the potential for a steadier snowfall during Thursday morning’s commute. Winds will pick up on Thursday morning with gusts to 35mph out of the north. The current forecast from the National Weather Service indicates the probability of snowfall through the late morning hours on Thursday. Snowfall amounts may vary between communities. The likelihood of higher snowfall exists in parts of Delaware and southern Cape May County.
Please continue to monitor traditional media outlets. Exercise caution while driving on Thursday morning, and give yourself extra time for your commute. If you have any emergency, please dial 911.
Here is the text of the Winter Weather Advisory posted by the National Weather Service:
Winter Weather Advisory in effect from 10 PM this evening to
1 PM EST Thursday…
The National Weather Service in Mount Holly has issued a Winter
Weather Advisory for snow which is in effect from 10 PM this
evening to 1 PM EST Thursday.
* Accumulations… snow accumulation 1 to 3 inches with locally
higher amounts in the lower Maryland Eastern Shore.
* Hazard types… snow.
* Timing… snow develops late tonight before tapering off late
* Impacts… roads will likely be snow covered and slippery during
the Thursday morning commute.
* Winds… north to northeast at 10 to 15 mph with gusts up to 25
* Temperatures… mainly in the lower to mid 20s while its
A Winter Weather Advisory means that periods of snow will cause
travel difficulties. Be prepared for slippery roads and limited
visibilities… and use caution while driving. Give yourself
some extra time to reach your destination.