Light snowfall continues through the morning south of I-90. Slick roads are possible, especially where snow has fallen this morning. Accumulations are up to 2 inches this morning.
Snowfall will taper off and cloud cover gradually breaks apart for your Tuesday. High temperatures will climb back into the 20s but stronger winds are in place today. Winds will create wind chills in the teens and single digits today.
Then Wednesday and Thursday will bring a quiet, cold, and sunny period. Single-digit lows above and below zero to start off each day. Wednesday will be the coldest day with highs in the teens as sunshine returns. Yet, clear skies into the overnight it will be the coldest morning with lows potential below zero! If we reach zero or below it will be the only third time this season. On average the winter season brings 24 days with zero or below lows.
Then Friday will continue the quiet period but the clouds will be back across the area. Warm air will start to filter in ahead of the next low pressure system. Highs will near the 30s.
The weekend will bring the next snowmaker for the area. There is still plenty of uncertainty with this storm. But, we’ll increase the chance for at least some snowfall Saturday night into Sunday.
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Have a great day!
- Stormtracker 19 Meteorologist Alyssa Triplett