WINTER STORM WATCH for most of the area
A WINTER STORM WATCH goes into effect Tuesday evening through Wednesday for much of the area.
Snow will start to fall tomorrow night and continue heavy at times through the day on Wednesday. Significant accumulations are possible in the watch area. Traveling will be difficult and not recommended. Winds will become quite gusty causing blowing snow which may result in lower visibility.
A Winter Storm Watch means there is a potential for significant snow accumulations which may impact travel.
Above totals are preliminary and are subject to change depending on track of storm.
WPMT FOX43 Meteorologists Jeff Jumper, Andrea Michaels and myself will be in keeping you posted to new data as it arrives.
Andrea Michaels will be out in our MOBILE PMT unit cover road conditions as well as reporting back current weather conditions during the storm.
Feel free to share conditions at your home, along with snowfall amounts, to our facebook pages or by tweeting us.
Cold with clear skies, lows dropping to the low to mid 20s.
Tomorrow we’ll start out with cold but sunny conditions. Clouds will return to the area and increase through the afternoon. Highs will be in the low 40s.
Expect snow all day long. Winds will be gusty. Temperatures will hover in the mid 30s. Storm pulls away towards evening allowing snow to taper across the area.
We are quiet the rest of the week into the weekend with more sunshine a milder temperatures arriving by Friday.
MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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