There is a chance of snow Thursday afternoon, with accumulating snow likely Thursday night into Friday as a frontal boundary over the area becomes active. This system will once again lift northward from the Deep South, but its track looks to be well inland.
Saturday night, expect a 30 percent chance of snow before midnight, with a low of 17, according to the weather service. Roads will certainly be impacted and travel may be hard on untreated roads.
Temperatures drop from the 60s on Friday into the 40s on Saturday and 30s on Sunday, be prepared for the cold weather changes. Night: Partly to mostly cloudy with a 30 percent chance for snow.
Cloudy; light snow changing to rain by early afternoon; a coating to perhaps an inch in the valley.
Periods of moderate rain are expected.
Danielsen said accumulation not exceeding 1 inch is possible.
WHEN.From 2 PM this afternoon to 6 AM CST Wednesday.
"The Wednesday morning commute will likely be impacted by the wintry weather", the NWS stated.
A auto slid off McConnell Road in Woodstock on Sunday as snow began to fall.
The freezing weather and more snow are on the horizon this evening, according to various sources. The latest road conditions for your location can be obtained by calling 5 1 1.
A winter storm watch has been posted for Wednesday afternoon and night for interior Southern New England as our next storm system approaches from the south. There is the possibility total ice accumulations could exceed what is now forecast.
By Wednesday, forecasters say the winter storm will hit the Northeast with heavy snow and spread into Philadelphia, New York City and potentially Washington, D.C.
WHAT.Freezing rain and some sleet expected.
Some of the precipitation is falling as a mixture in the northern suburbs of Atlanta, extreme western South Carolina, North Carolina and southwest Virginia.
The NWS predicts hazardous travel. Travel is not advised unless absolutely necessary.
The greatest chance for ice accumulation is forecast for the Ozarks of southern Missouri and northern Arkansas to the Ohio Valley.
WHEN.3 PM to midnight. "They are not going to be major storms but they could end up like what we saw this past weekend".
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