WINTER STORM WARNING in effect for tomorrow

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WINTER STORM WARNING tonight at midnight through the day Wednesday.  Snow accumulations over 4 to 8” is possible. A wintry mix begins early morning Wednesday transitioning later to snow.  It is suggested to hold off on traveling during the height of the storm when conditions will be worse.


A Rain snow mix will develop before sunrise and spread across the area. It will fall for several hours before changing over to all snow. There will be a several hour period of snowfall which will make traveling very difficult so if you can hold off it is recommended. Traveling will be very hazardous with limited visibility and slick and sloppy roads. Below is a breakdown of how much snow is expected to fall.

Snow Potential

Hour by Hour
It will be cold but dry for the holiday as the trough pivots east producing another day with below average temperatures in the upper 30’s. There will be a weak disturbance moving through which may produce a few flurries but nothing more than that.

Holiday Forecast
We continue cold Friday into the start of the weekend with morning lows in the 20’s and highs in the 30’s. We rebound to near 50 Sunday but may dodge a few stray drops during the afternoon. A few showers still possible Monday and with morning lows around 40, we should see temperatures close to 50. We are dry and cooler Tuesday in the mid 40s.

MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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