Here’s Your Latest Storm Tracker Forecast from News10 Meteorologist Nick Johnston
Snow tapers down this morning, with breaks of sun developing, and nothing more than a leftover flurry during the rest of the day. While most major roads will be in good shape, some back roads and less traveled areas, may be icy this morning – so be careful! Temperatures today will climb into the low to middle 30s, with light and variable winds. Here is a look at some of the early snow totals;
An upper-level disturbance will continue to support a chance for snow showers tomorrow and Thursday – with only minimal accumulations possible. The coldest air of the season is expected to break out this weekend, with a FRIGID for Valentine’s Day. Temperatures Saturday will top out in the upper single digits to the lower teens… but a strong NW wind at 15-25 mph, will generate dangerously cold wind chills WELL below zero. Valentine’s Day might be even colder… highs will be between 5 degrees, but breezy conditions will keep wind chills negative. Temperatures do look to moderate Monday, and should be above average by Tuesday.
Have a good day!