NWS: Snowy weather Wed-Thurs

Snowy weather Wed-Thurs
Tonight’s National Weather Service weather story image for February 4, 2020. Image courtesy of the National Weather Service.

Tonight’s weather story from the National Weather Service:

Snowy weather Wednesday through Thursday

(February 4, 2020) – A wintry mix of rain and some snow continues south of US-24 this evening. We continue to expect minimal snow and ice accumulations from that.

Snow moves in Wednesday evening-early Wednesday night with mixing to sleet and freezing rain southeast of US-24 starting a few hours after that. Snow and the wintry mix should continue to expand across the area, but the wintry mix isn’t expected to extent too much farther north than US-24 Wednesday night into Thursday morning. All told, 3 to 4 inches of snow is expected north of US-24 with locally higher amounts possible. Lesser snow amounts are expected southeast of US-24 where more ice is expected to fall. Slick driving conditions are possible from snow northwest and from the wintry mix in the southeast. We’re then watching for some lingering lake effect Friday mainly west of IN-15 as winds swing from a northerly direction to more of a northwesterly direction.


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