By Katie Fehlinger
The latest in a string of winter storms split the Delaware Valley in two Saturday. In southern NJ and DE, mainly rain fell. The I-95 corridor and surrounding vicinity had a mixed bag of snow, sleet, and rain.
The best shot for snow was through the north and west-most counties, and Winter Storm Warnings remain in effect until early Sunday morning for that region.
Why the mixed bag of precipitation?
The tricky, variable forecast with this storm came from the fact that the freezing line (or rain/snow line) set up right over our region. That line will continue to creep north overnight Saturday, so any snow will change over to sleet or rain.
Keep in mind any rain may still easily freeze on contact the further north you travel. A good rule of thumb: just assume the roads or walkways are slick.
Temperatures are marginal and will…
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