Melissa Magee tracks a donut trend making its way through Philadelphia.Plymouth Meeting Mall(484) 758-7942847 W Ritner Street, Philadelphia, PA 19148215-271-78787114 Frankford Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19135(215) 338-6000----------Check out FYI Philly on social media. Like us on Facebook FYI Philly on Facebook for more about destination sites across the region.
TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy tonight and not as cold. The overnight low will dip to 25 in the suburbs and 27 in the city.SUPER BOWL SUNDAY: Low pressure lifting out of the Tennessee Valley will pass by to our west bringing around 1/2" of rain. This may initially begin as a few snowflakes in the morning and early afternoon, but it will quickly transition to rain. The steadiest and heaviest rain occurs in the late afternoon and early evening hours around the time of Super Bowl parties.
PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy and mild. Lows 36/40. MONDAY: Mostly cloudy and mild. Some drizzle is possible, especially during the morning. High 55.TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy, breezy and mild with rain tapering off during the afternoon. High 58.WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny, breezy and chilly. High 42.THURSDAY: Clouds and sun, seasonable. High 37.FRIDAY: Mostly sunny and nice. High 40. SATURDAY: Increasing clouds, mild. High 53.SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy with rain possible.
Precipitation is falling at such a fast rate that you are keeping the atmospheric column just cold enough for all snow in Southern New Jersey and are seeing big fat flakes. Extending the 1" to 3" band down into these areas. https://t.co/Usd9PuNGy6
Snowfall rates of near 1" per hour showing up in central Delaware in a very heavy band of precipitation that extends into Southern New Jersey as rain. This could have rain and sleet mixed in with it. https://t.co/7Y09fwMYZ6
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