Gradual warm up this weekend
Temperatures to move closer to normal for the time of year
It will be warmer next week.
Snow may be more common for the fourth month of the year than you think.
Hang in there! The 7-day temperature trend features warmer weather!
There were poor visibility and slick roads Wednesday morning.
Slick travel for morning hours
Slick spots expected for the Wednesday morning commute
Heavier snow is expected in Columbiana County.
The heaviest of the snow is expected to be to the south of Youngstown
We are expecting a mild start to the workweek.
Expect St. Patrick’s Day to be chilly and clear at night.
The NOAA’s outlook suggests our area has a 40 percent chance of averaging above normal for the season.
Models showing two scenarios with another large storm next week that threatens to bring more wintry weather to the Valley
Friday is blustery, but the snow is ending Friday morning.
Thirteen of the last fifteen days have had below average daytime high temperatures
Warmer weather will be moving in but it will only last a few days with another round of cold and snow expected
It will be warmer for the weekend.
Though a little bit of a warm-up is coming, more cold is expected to arrive next week
Be alert for white-out conditions with reduced visibility at times on Wednesday.
Wintry weather expected to persist through the workweek
Snowy and cold are in the forecast for the next couple of days.
Changes expected heading into St. Patrick’s Day weekend
Cold with snow is likely for Tuesday and Wednesday.
Luck o’ the Irish helps warm next weekend!
Looking ahead to next week, models continue to show cold and snow. But, our luck looks to be changing soon!
The heaviest snow fell in Trumbull and Mercer counties Thursday night.
Slick roads are possible overnight and early Friday.
Below normal temperatures to trigger lake-effect snow both this week and next week