A blast of winter weather will bring freezing rain and icing that could be risky for drivers and cause power outages. By the technical definition, the wind and snow will combine for blizzard conditions late Friday into Saturday morning across a portion of Northern Kansas.
We could see a mix of rain and snow move through quickly Tuesday night with maybe a bit of that lingering into early Wednesday.
A record-breaking late winter storm will continue to affect the area for the rest of the weekend.
Snow has begun near the eastern shores of Lake Superior and will spread northeastward through tonight.
A Winter Storm Warning has been issued for St. Clair and Lapeer counties from 11 this morning through Sunday morning for freezing rain.
Snow mixed with ice pellets is expected to arrive Sunday afternoon.
Freezing rain will overspread our central and southern sections, including the Madison region, through the evening and overnight with a tenth to a quarter inch of ice accumulation expected. At the most, five inches. Total snow accumulations of 3 to 5 inches, with localized amounts up around 6 inches A light glaze of ice is also possible.
Environment Canada advises avoiding any non-essential travel. High temperatures will only reach about 30 for both today and tomorrow. Low around 32. Breezy, with an east wind 25 to 28 miles per hour, with gusts as high as 44 miles per hour.
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