Delaware Public Media

Nor'easter sets sights on First State

Mar 13, 2017

A nor’easter could dump several inches of snow across the First State Monday night and into Tuesday.

"We are expecting anywhere from 8-12 inches in Northern Delaware, going all the way down to less than an inch as you get to Southern Delaware," National Weather Service Meteorologist Sarah Johnson said. 

Kent County could see as much as five inches of snow Monday night. Sussex County could see a wintry mix, with about an inch of accumulation.

The wintry weather should hang on into Tuesday. The National Weather Service predicts as much as five inches of additional snowfall in New Castle County, with up to an inch of accumulation in Kent County. Sussex County should see continued rainfall. 

A high flood warning is in effect from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday in Sussex county.