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Winter Weather Advisory for Ridley Park for Feb 15

The National Weather Service Mount Holly Nj has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Ridley Park and the surrounding area for February 15, 2016 until 10 PM est this evening.

Snow, sleet and freezing rain are expected to accumulate 1 to 3 inches. Ice accumulations up to a tenth inch.

Snow will continue to expand northward through the early afternoon. Snow will mix with sleet from south to north during the mid to late afternoon and then change to freezing rain during the early and mid evening. Precipitation will change to all rain by late evening with a few pockets of freezing rain continuing to linger until after midnight.

Untreated secondary roads could become snow covered this afternoon. Slushy and icy spots are expected for the evening commute with a light glaze of freezing rain falling on top of the snow.

Temperatures mid to upper 20s through early afternoon. Rising into the lower 30s mid to late afternoon and then mid to upper 30s by late evening.

A winter weather advisory means that periods of snow and sleet will cause travel difficulties. Be prepared for slippery roads and limited visibility and use caution while driving.

Report snow and ice accumulation to the national weather service by posting to the NWS Mt Holly on Facebook or reach the NWS Mt Holly Office on Twitter (@nws_mountholly).

Snowfall and ice accumulation forecast maps in addition to experimental probabilistic snowfall information for the latest event are available online at www.weather.gov/phi/winter

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Comment by RidleyParkOnline on February 15, 2016 at 4:22pm

4:15PM Weather Update: Into the evening, warm air will continue to surges northward. From the i-95 corridor southward rain is expected with the snow and wintry mix northward.  Eventually the wintry mix with be replaced by rain across the entire region.
As the change over to rain occurs, some areas below freezing will experience freezing rain. The areas across the far north will take the longest to warm above freezing, but should do so overnight. An additional one to three inches of snow/sleet is possible during the evening and overnight hours, in addition to a light glaze of ice before the change over to all rain.

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