It was a winter wonderland for some in the greater Philadelphia area. Residents in Berks county took precaution shoveling driveways, stocking up at food stores, and hitting Home Depot.
The snow is still coming down sporadically, be advised as the temperatures drop into the night Penn dot warns the roads will be slippery.
"Once the temperatures start dropping then we have to step it up a little bit. Put more salt down," Peter Scerati, Penn dot manager told Fox29 News.
PennDOT will have crews out covering roads in all five counties hit with snow-- Berks, Delaware, Montgomery, Bucks, and Philadelphia.
PennDOT crews report that the Interstate roads are wet, and back roads were covered with snow.
Scerati advises, "take their time and when you see our trucks stay behind them. Don't go around them because their trying to do their job."
Residents tried to stay ahead of the snow, food shopping, buying ice for sidewalks, and shoveling early.
"It's not too heavy it's not really wet, it's good snow blowing snow," Tim Phillips, in Reading, PA told Fox 29 News. He put down salt as a precaution against ice later forming on his driveway.
Nick Voutsas, manager of Home Depot in Reading, PA says the store was filled with customers this morning.
"We are selling a lot of rock salt and shovels."
If you have to go out on the roads tonight, drive slowly, as drivers are reporting slick conditions.
WARMUP ON THE WAY
It was a beautiful holiday weekend with slightly cooler temepratures on Easter Sunday. A cold night ahead with a Frost Advisory in effect for much of the area 12-8am Monday. Temps range from the low/mid 30s in the suburbs to 40 in the city.
Despite a chilly start Monday it will warm well into the 60s, close to 70 in the city under sunny skies. Even warmer Tuesday out ahead of our next cold front.
That front will bring some rain late day Tuesday.