Winter storm watch issued as weekend snowstorm develops

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Another frigid start this morning with sunshine expected, plus a warm-up later today!  Granted highs will only reach the lower 30s, when our afternoon average today is 45°, but it’s still warmer than yesterday!  Here is your planner:

Saturday should be a fairly quiet day with highs in the lower 40s, under rather cloudy skies and passing flurries/sprinkles…no surprises in travel at all!

A winter storm watch goes into effect Saturday night, as snow and ice become a major player for Sunday and into Monday!  The latest data still shows a vast amount of moisture available to tap into which will aid in some healthy snow totals possibly!

Keep in mind this storm is still 48 hours out and things will undoubtedly change before then with a shift on the snow line perhaps.  Another thing to mention is this could become a two-part storm; there could be a break in the snow midday Sunday and then a ramping up of snow for Sunday night into Monday!  Roads will be slick but some breaks on Sunday could certainly help with travel at times. We’ll keep you posted!  Also, plan on school delays and closures for Monday.

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