PHILADELPHIA - Several schools in the Philadelphia area are opening late, or canceling classes all together as snow starts to fall across the region, creating dangerous driving conditions for students, parents and staff.
The storm arrived with rain late Monday night, and is expected to turn into a wintry mix and snow Tuesday morning, before coming to an end around noon.
However, it's still unclear how much snow will fall across the region. The Poconos could get anywhere from 6 to 10 inches, while the Philadelphia area could seen 1 to 2 inches of snow, or just a slushy mix.
The School District of Philadelphia announced it will operate on a two-hour delay Tuesday. All athletic events and after-school activities will proceed as scheduled.
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Citizens can track Philadelphia snowplows, as well as other city services, including trash pickup, at StreetSmartPHL, here. For information on PennDOT's plows, check their interactive website, here. For the latest forecasts and conditions, download the FOX 29 Weather Authority app.