Another warming trend comes next week with more heavy rain and flooding possible.
It’s turning colder today.
Saturday will be the coldest day of the current 7-day forecast with wintry weather possible in the evening
Heavy rain is possible tonight with gusty winds.
In the near-term, we will see warming temperatures and plenty of rain
The weather is expected to turn colder on Friday.
In the near-term, expect a warm-up and rain showers returning
There is a trend for warmer temperatures this week.
Warmer temperatures will be accompanied by rain showers
A warming trend is expected through much of this week.
Watch for black ice Monday morning on your way to work.
Slick roads and fog make for treacherous driving this weekend.
A mixed bag of precipitation is expected with slick spots possible at times.
It will be warmer, but a wintry mix is expected this weekend.
Slick roads are possible, again, for the Friday morning commute
Snow showers toward Daybreak Friday
How much more snowfall would the Valley need in order to break into the “Top 10 Snowiest Seasons” list? We still have a ways to go…
Expect a few more inches by the end of the week
Temperatures are slated to warm up a bit this weekend for the Youngstown area.
A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for Columbiana and Lawrence counties.
Two more storms to bring the potential for more accumulating snow to the Youngstown area later this week
2″ to 3″ of snow fell by mid-morning Tuesday.
Round one arrives in the Youngstown area overnight Monday into Tuesday early morning
1″ to 2″ of snow fell Monday into Tuesday morning.
One storm arrives in the Youngstown area Saturday night, the other arrives Tuesday
It will be a warmer weekend, with accumulating snow on Sunday.
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Two storms will have to potential to cause moderate snowfall and slick travel for the Youngstown area
Localized snow is likely overnight.
Second cold front brings another cold snap and the risk for more accumulating snow