Send us your Snor’easter pics [Updated]

It seems like only last week when Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley was preparing for, and then getting smacked by, Hurricane Sandy. Because it was.

As the Jersey shore continues recovering from superstorm-wrought destruction, NBC Philadelphia is forecasting an arriving nor’easter will bring more high winds and up to four inches of snow to the city and suburbs starting Wednesday afternoon.

In what’s become an all-too-familiar call to readers, NewsWorks invites you to send us your photos from the storm and potential snowfall.

You can do so via email or Twitter accounts for Germantown/West Oak Lane, Manayunk/Roxborough/East Falls and Mt. Airy/Chestnut Hill.

Update: As of 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, “SEPTA is advising Regional Rail customers to expect delays of approximately 15 minutes due to slippery rail conditions. This advisory applies to all Regional Rail lines system-wide.”

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