Snow lovers can look forward to more snow this week

Snow lovers can look forward to more snow this week

Snow lovers can look forward to more snow this week

The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory, which will go into effect from 3 10 a.m. Wednesday as freezing rain or sleet is expected in the morning.

"And the active weather pattern shows no sign of letting up in the central and eastern United States as another storm will brew over the weekend, she noted". Snow is likely everywhere before changing over to a period of ice (sleet and freezing rain) and then rain.

An all-day snow throughout the region is expected.

Rain and sleet likely before 9pm, then a chance of snow and freezing rain between 9pm and midnight.

Johnson says that some areas could see up to 2-tenths of an inch of ice which may have an impact on the morning commute. Another inch of snow is possible in the Kansas City area before 11 p.m. It could snow quite steadily and even moderately to heavy at times through the mid to late morning, especially along and north of the Interstate 78 corridor.

After a slight chance of precipitation on Friday – the result of a system moving well north of New Jersey – another storm system is expected to organize over the southern Plains on Saturday and move northeastward. Chance of precipitation is 30 percent. With our last system, a few inches fell across the Poconos and the Lehigh Valley and this system could actually be a bit more of a trouble maker for the northern reaches of the region. Light freezing rain & drizzle will also be possible by mid-afternoon, mainly northwest of the Metroplex. "The precipitation may change back to snow before tapering off around midnight".

Wednesday will be partly sunny with a high near 16 degrees. Those totals are dependent on where the snow and wintry mix boundaries set up.

Although we haven't had a storm like the early January nor'easter, which broke a snowfall record in the Hartford area, Lessor said the snowfall total is on target.

"We expect areas north of Interstate 80 over the interior Northeast to receive all snow from this storm and it could fall heavily at times", AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Mike Doll said.

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