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2-4 Inches Of Snow Possible Wednesday South, East Of Philly Area

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FOX 29 Chief Meteorologist Scott Williams takes a look at the timeline of a low pressure system set to arrive in our area Wednesday. FOX 29 Chief Meteorologist Scott Williams takes a look at the timeline of a low pressure system set to arrive in our area Wednesday.
PHILADELPHIA -

Although the clouds from Monday will open up to the sun on Tuesday, FOX 29 Chief Meteorologist Scott Williams is tracking a low pressure system that could drop between 2-4 inches of snow in our area Wednesday night.

Much of the Monday forecast included rain throughout the day. Areas in Philadelphia received as much as a half an inch of rain.

A low pressure system is moving out of the southeast and will make its way to the mid-Atlantic by Wednesday.

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We'll start to see some clouds by Wednesday afternoon but by Wednesday evening, the low pressure system will have moved in, covering areas of South Jersey and Delaware.

By Wednesday evening, we'll start to see snow in those areas, with accumulating snow by late Wednesday night.

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The system is expected to clear out of our area by Thursday morning.

Before the system arrives, we'll see sunshine Tuesday but with winds out of the west between 10-15 miles-per-hour. Wind gusts between 25-30 miles-per-hour may occur as well.

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