The snow has turned into rain and we'll see that continue well into your Sunday so get keep the rain gear handy!
Tonight the gloomy and rainy conditions continue with an 80% chance of rain and lows in the mid-30s. The energy will begin to sift to the new and stronger low out to the east.
Thursday will start partly cloudy and end mostly cloudy with highs in the low 30s.
A mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain occurred overnight across the metro area, with more snow north and west, and some rain farther south and east.
Sunday night, temperatures are expected to drop into the teens and there is a possibility for ocean effect snow overnight, particularly in the southeast part of the state, forecasters said.
Areas further to the south will get the most snow, with parts of South Jersey and northern DE seeing as much as 3-5 inches. The Winter Storm Warnings for 8 to 15 inches of snow are depicted in pink, while Winter Weather Advisories calling for generally 3 to 7-inches of snow accumulation in purple.
High pressure sets up Tuesday and Wednesday bringing drier and sunnier weather. For Tuesday/Wednesday highs reach into the upper 30s and even into the 40s.