Snow and sleet will overspread the region from the south by 2 p.m. and toward the north by 4 p.m.
Travel will become icy later Sunday afternoon, especially across Bucks, Chester and Montgomery counties, and the Lehigh Valley.
A light accumulation of snow is anticipated before a changeover to sleet and freezing rain, making evening travel hazardous across our northern and western suburbs, with north of the Blue Route feeling the biggest icing impact.
Fans will see snow arrive most likely during the second half of the Eagles game at Lincoln Financial with sleet mixing in by game's end or shortly thereafter.
Leaving the Eagle game will become quite slick as fans heading home to Bucks, Montgomery, Chester and the Lehigh Valley will experience some icy spots on untreated roadways.
In Philadelphia, southern New Jersey and Delaware, roads should be mainly wet. Sleet and snow will be falling, but surface temperatures will be above freezing.
As of late this afternoon the National Weather Service has issued winter weather advisories across our northern and western suburbs starting 2 p.m. Sunday afternoon.
A winter storm watch has been posted across the southern and central mountains of Pennsylvania where more significant amounts of snow and ice is expected.
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