Tonight’s weather story from the National Weather Service:
Dry Through Tuesday Night Then Snow For Wednesday
- Dry weather persists through Tuesday night
- Snow moves back in Wednesday-Wednesday night, continues into Thursday AM
- May start as wintry mix Wednesday PM but changes to snow Wednesday night
- Snow accumulations likely Wednesday-Thursday, check back for forecast updates
- Arctic air moves in Thursday-Thursday night with 0 to -10 wind chills Friday AM
(February 10, 2020) – Dry conditions will persist tonight through Tuesday night, but another storm system will affect the area Wednesday into Thursday. Snow accumulations are expected during the Wednesday and Thursday period. Precipitation may start as a wintry mix Wednesday afternoon into Wednesday evening, but a changeover to all snow is expected Wednesday night into Thursday. While confidence in accumulating snow is increasing for this period, there is still uncertainty on which areas are most favored so check back for later forecasts. Much colder air will filter into the region Thursday and Thursday night as this system shifts east. Temperatures will fall through the 20s on Thursday, and wind chills by Friday morning are expected to be in the 0 to 10 degree below zero range. Lake effect snow showers are also expected as this colder air works into the region Thursday through Friday morning.