Weather: Tracking The Winter Storm

Really? Right before spring forward?!

CBS Philly

By Steven Strouss

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — It’s been a wild winter. We’ve sustained numerous ice storms, phantom blizzards, frigid and record cold February temperatures, and 15.5 inches of total snow in Philadelphia so far (compared to an all time record challenging 105″ in Boston). This is the month that Spring arrives but it seems that winter just won’t quit.

The Eyewitness Weather Team has been tracking a large and developing storm, one that spans over 2000 miles from Pennsylvania to the Mexico border. Winter Storm Warnings and Advisories have been posted across the area for a significant accumulation of snow on Thursday. As this system gains strength, colder air is invading behind it which will dissolve the dense fog and change the rain over to sleet then quickly to a heavy thumping of snow overnight. The changeover will occur from North to South with the transition occurring in the city between 1-3am.

The snow will fall steadily during the early…

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