A warm way to start the week.
The snow is slowly melting into Monday.
With sunny skies it should warm us up, but the sun will work on melting the snow first.
It will be close to 50° by Monday.
Gusty winds help push in warm air
Just one more day – then here comes the sun!
Widespread 2″- 3″ of fresh powdery snow fell last night and through the overnight.
Rainy days are on the way.
It will be a bit warmer for Martin Luther King Day on Monday.
Monday’s batch of snow topping off the already slick roads
Another batch of snow is on the way, but then some sunshine!
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Wintry blast is in the past, and sunshine is on its way
Underneath all of the snow is a bed of ice that’s been building up since the storm moved in.
The latest weather update from the 33 Pinpoint Weather Forecast Center.
Wintry mix of mainly sleet likely this afternoon
33 Pinpoint Weather Meteorologist Ryan Halicki breaks down how Friday’s storm will impact the Valley, hour-by-hour.
The temperature will be in the 50s Friday morning when children go to school but will begin to drop later in the day.
A half inch of freezing rain glaze adds 500 pounds to power lines.
Road conditions expected to deteriorate through the day Friday
Current model data showing a wintry mix of snow, sleet, and freezing rain possible across the Valley.
It may be time to wash the car and take down the holiday decorations.
A sharp climb in temperatures will occur through the week, followed by a big drop this weekend. We will be watching for more snow, too.
Be alert for icy, snow-covered roads.
Switch out your snow boots for umbrellas in the week ahead.
The arctic cold takes a hike.
The storm system will accompany the warmer temperatures moving toward the Valley
With wind chills -10° to -20°, this is not the typical “snow day.
The cold will be accompanied by lake effect snow, while a substantial warm-up is only days away
A wind chill advisory is in effect through the first half of the weekend.