Snow is expected to taper off to flurries on Wednesday.
Temperatures should reach the low 40s Sunday afternoon, so any hazardous conditions should be gone rather quickly. We are also tracking a wintry mix moving in form the south and west that could bring some freezing rain to areas this morning as well, so be cautious on the roadways.
Considering the city's last snowstorm had colleges and universities shutting down, flights cancelled, and people literally skiing through downtown streets, you should probably prepare for your life to be slightly delayed, interrupted, or completely inconvenienced between Tuesday and Wednesday of this week.
The main event comes Monday evening. Snow and ice pellets are expected in the region after midnight Monday. Snow will move in from the southwest late Monday night to northeast Pennsylvania and central NY.
A stronger storm system brings a cold front into Alabama and Tennessee Monday night. However, during that transition period we will be monitoring the potential for a risky ice storm.
Tuesday: Snow. Moderate snow accumulation. Midland, Bay, Huron, Saginaw, Tuscola, Sanilac and counties farther north are covered by the watch.
A coating of light snow is expected tonight, but forecasters are tracking a stronger storm system that is expected to arrive on Tuesday.
Futurecast 5AM - Temperatures in NW Arkansas will hover around freezing. That means we could see almost 12 hours of freezing rain adding up to a quarter of an inch of ice accumulation.
Snowfall amounts may be higher should the switch over to freezing rain not occur. Major roads were shut down for hours and driving anywhere was near impossible.
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