By Tom Lehman 11:25pm, February 13, 2013 - Updated 11:47pm, February 13, 2013Some slushy snow will fall overnight, but it shouldn't impact your morning commute too much.
AccuWeather's Bob Smerbeck tells WDEL up one to two inches of snow is forecasted to fall.
"We may get a couple inches of slushy accumulation but the roadways are going to be mainly wet unless your on elevated surfaces, then there could be some slick spots," Smerbeck says.
He says that temperatures will be near freezing heading into the early hours, but the snow should clear nicely as sun arrives.
A winter weather advisory will be in effect until 3 a.m.
Stay with WDEL for the very latest as we track this bout of winter weather for you via SnoWatch, TrafficWatch, and of course, your WDEL Delaware AccuWeather forecast.
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