Delaware may round out the week of bitter cold and wind with another helping of snow Friday night, the National Weather Service predicted.
Details are sparse for now, meteorologist Dean Iovino said, but the snow is "something to keep an eye on." More information will be available as the week goes on, he said.
As of Tuesday afternoon, snow is slated to start before 7 p.m. Friday night. Then, from 7 to 8 p.m., Delaware could see a mix of snow and rain. After that, snow may continue until 1 p.m. on Saturday.
Temperatures are expected to stay below freezing through Sunday night, according to the National Weather Service.
Last weekend's weather showed forecasts can change, though: What was initially predicted to be up to 3 inches of snow turned out to be less than one.
Still, none of these snowfalls – predicted or otherwise – have come close to Jan. 3's record of nearly a foot of snow statewide.
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This article originally appeared on Delaware News Journal: More snow may be coming for Delaware Friday night, Saturday morning