Snow in the forecast for parts of Philadelphia by Thursday morning

    It’s not quite “Snowtober” but there’s a good chance you’ll notice at least some of the white stuff on the roads on your Thursday morning commute.

    Phillyweather.net is forecasting rain will begin to turn into snow by late Wednesday night into early Thursday morning.

    In Philadelphia, the snowfall will be less significant than in the higher terrain areas of the state, with brief accumulation possible for the metro area. Phillyweather.net says areas in South Jersey could also see brief accumulation.

    Outside of Philadelphia, however, snow accumulation could be higher, with totals expected to be as much as four inches in parts of Bucks, Chester, Upper Montgomery County and into Berks County, according to Phillyweather.net.

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