WATCHING FOR SNOWFALL
Plenty of snowmen will be ready for assembly as you wake up Saturday morning! Snow will begin to fall around 9 o’clock in the western part of the Valley.
Snow picks up, becoming more widespread and heavy overnight. By tomorrow morning, we’re looking to add 1 to 2 inches to our snowfall totals — for most of us that is.
Isolated areas, many of them in the snow belt, have the chance to see upwards of 3 inches by Saturday.
ARCTIC AIR PERSISTS
We have EVEN colder air on the way! Negative overnight lows and low-to-mid-teens for highs much of the week.
Your 33 Pinpoint video forecast has a full look at the 7-day temperatures and snowfall chances.
NEW YEAR’S EVE FORECAST
For your New Year’s Eve holiday, the two thing’s you’ll want to know are:
1. Cold is an understatement — Stay warm! Lows Sunday night are nearing 0 degrees. A few negative degrees are not out of the question, making frostbite a quick possibility.
2. You’ll ring in the new year with snowflakes on your nose. There is a 60 percent chance of snowfall New Year’s Night and New Year’s Day.
Bundle up, stay safe and have a Happy New Year from all of us here in the 33 Pinpoint Weather Center!