First dose of winter weather in 2019 on its way

First dose of winter weather in 2019 on its way

A storm system will move across the Midwest through tonight. As temperatures drop into the upper 20s to lower 30s overnight, rain will transition into snow as we head into Monday.

Areas further to the south will get the most snow, with parts of South Jersey and northern DE seeing as much as 3-5 inches. Temperatures should dip to freezing in the Triad after 8 p.m., while areas to south may briefly dip to near freezing for a few hours a little later. The mountains could pick up a few snow showers.

Philadelphia and Pittsburgh are only likely to see about 1 to 3 inches of snow.

Travel will be slick and hazardous over the entire area with deeper snow and more hard conditions the farther south you go. If you'd like to share totals from your location, we're looking for area measurements here on our Facebook page. Our northern counties will get in on the snow first working its way down south.

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Harford County Public Schools canceled its activities and any activities planned at its schools on Sunday because of the impending weather.

For Sunday rain will be in the forecast for most of the day with highs near 40°.

High pressure sets up Tuesday and Wednesday bringing drier and sunnier weather.

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