Delaware could see another bout of snow.
A Winter Storm Watch has been issued for the northern portion of Delaware by the National Weather Service.
According to the Weather Service, snow will move in overnight Saturday night from southwest to northeast and may fall heavy for a time into Sunday morning before winding down from west to east by the mid to late afternoon. Other forecasts predict a faster moving storm.
Five inches or more of snow could occur from the northern border to the Dover area, with lower amounts to the south.
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— NWS Mount Holly (@NWS_MountHolly) February 5, 2021
There may be some skepticism about the storm, given the trickiness in calculating the rain-snow line along I-95. The weather office cautioned that conditions could get treacherous.
The previous storm moved to the north and dropped about three inches in some areas of the state. Areas to the north in Pennsylvania saw up to two feet.
The National Weather Service issued a briefing Friday afternoon after posting the Winter Storm Watch.
Updates are expected during the weekend, with the watch turning into a warning should conditions warrant.
- Along the coast, snow amounts will be dependent on the timing and duration of the wintry mix.
- Locally higher amounts over 8 inches will be possible along a narrow corridor, though the location of this is still very uncertain