Heavy Snow Moves In

10PM Forecast

Posted: Feb 14, 2021 11:05 PM

Winter Storm Warnings will remain in effect for the entirety of the Tri State until Tuesday morning. The first wave of moderate-to-heavy snowfall will continue to push eastward through the overnight. Roads will become snowy just in time for your morning commute. Expect a widespread 1"-3" for the area by daybreak. We will catch a small lull of flurries between the hours of 5AM and 7AM.

A secondary round heavier snowfall will migrate into the region by mid-morning and last through the rest of the day. Conditions will deteriorate as we go deeper into the afternoon and evening. The heavy snow will also be accompanied with winds gusting as high 25 MPH.

If you must head out, be prepared to battle with slick roads and snow drifts. The combination of these two risks will cause dangerous travel impacts. It is highly encouraged to just stay home. The last of the snow will finally move out by midnight Tuesday. By that time, most of our 31 counties could see a total of 7"- 11" with localize higher amounts.

30° wxIcon
Hi: 42° Lo: 27°
Feels Like: 22°
31° wxIcon
Hi: 43° Lo: 29°
Feels Like: 25°
28° wxIcon
Hi: 40° Lo: 27°
Feels Like: 18°
32° wxIcon
Hi: 44° Lo: 30°
Feels Like: 32°
27° wxIcon
Hi: 42° Lo: 26°
Feels Like: 20°
Tonight it will be much colder with an overnight low of around 22 degrees, with a light north wind. On Tuesday, highs will only be in the middle 30's and then we throw in a chance of flurries overnight. Best chance of flurries will be along and north of I-64.
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