Snowfall advisory

The National Weather Service in Mount Holly, NJ has shared the following information about the potential snow event that may affect Chester County beginning Sunday night (4/2/18) into Monday morning.  Here are the details:

Forecasted Conditions for Chester County:

Here are the key messages for the weather through Monday.

  • Light snow accumulations are possible late Sunday night into Monday morning
  • Snow amounts forecasted are possible 1 to 3 inches across the county


  • Snow should move in between 2 a.m. to 4 a.m. Monday
  • The snow could briefly become moderate to heavy in spots sometime between 4 a.m. to 9 a.m. Monday before tapering off.

Recommended Preparedness Actions:

  • Follow the NWS and local weather forecasts for the latest changes, updates and information.


  • The timing of snow coinciding with the morning commute could lead to slippery road conditions and possible travel delays Monday morning.

DES Actions:

  • We will continue to monitor this event and provide additional information as it becomes available.
  • The Watch Officer is available through the 9-1-1 Operations Center

Additional briefing will be distributed if condition change significantly for Chester County.

This post is provided by ReadyChesco.

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