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*Winter Weather Advisory Issued*

Jason Samenow @ 1:57 AM

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory and is calling for 1-2" of snow this afternoon through Monday morning, with some isolated 3" amounts. Some new models are a bit more aggressive with the precipitation totals, but I think it will be a stretch to get more than an inch. I'm expecting a dusting to half an inch across the area.

Note that situations such as this, where you have relatively warm day time temps and then snow that coincides with rapidly falling temperatures, can cause roads to become like ice skating rinks. Just a coating of snow that freezes on the road can be more dangerous than several inches. Use caution traveling late this afternoon and tonight should snow showers develop. I would expect any precipitation to begin in the mid-afternoon, possibly as a rain/snow mix, but rapidly change to snow. Then scattered and intermittent snow showers and flurries may continue until late tonight.

Storm assessment:
Storm Impact:
Travelcast: (for snow showers Sunday pm, wind Monday)
Schoolcast: (for Monday morning, all area school districts, isolated late openings possible)

If snow begins falling, please comment with observations/amounts.

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