By Peter MacArthur 10:32am, November 7, 2012 - Updated 11:30am, November 7, 2012
Courtesy of AccuWeatherA nor'easter, packing high winds and the possibility of accumulating snow, is taking shape in Delaware.
"Unfortunately it's only going to get worse over the next twelve hours and it's not all going to be rain, the air mass is dry right now across the interior of the Mid-Atlantic with dew points in the low and mid 20's, and air temperatures are not above 40, so if you start to precipitate into that hard enough, yeah, it could get to the point where it's not all rain it could very well be snow, and that's what we're facing in some areas late today and tonight," says Lundberg.
AccuWeather's Joe Lundberg predicts perhaps a slushy coating to an inch around the city, but considerably more as you head north. There is a winter storm warning in effect for Wilmington until 6am Thursday.
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