Possible snowfall may be coming to Delaware Wednesday. Here's what you need to know

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As temperatures begin to drop, Delaware may see its first sustained snowfall of the season early Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.

Beginning late Tuesday night, there is a 30% chance of rain and snow in northern Delaware with estimates increasing mainly after 1 a.m. Skies will be mostly cloudy with a low of around 30 degrees.

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On Wednesday morning, there's a chance of snow and sleet before 10 a.m. Estimates are still preliminary and subject to change, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Brian Haines.

"There's still a lot of uncertainty here," Haines said. "Snow is possible Wednesday, but stay vigilant as this will likely change multiple times between now and Wednesday."

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Wednesday's weather will then likely give way to rain until around 10 p.m. when snow is predicted. Wednesday night will be mostly cloudy with a low of about 27 degrees and a 30% chance of precipitation.

Contact the reporter at jcastaneda1@delawareonline.com or connect with him on Twitter @joseicastaneda.

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