Snow ending this morning; Arctic front may cause some snow showers Wednesday night followed by more frigid Arctic air for the end of the week!


Light snow is falling in the Clifton area early this morning with about 1 1/2 inch has accumulating, temperatures range from 12 in Clifton to some single digits in the colder northwest areas, winds are light.  Many roads are snow covered and a few accidents have been reported so be careful if you have to head out this morning.

The snow should end around 9 a.m. with a total of 3 inches can be expected, more accumulation to the south and less to our north, temperatures will remain below freezing

Increasing cloudiness on Wednesday with highs around 30.  An Arctic front will cross the area on Wednesday night possibly accompanied by snow showers that may give us another inch of snow.

More frigid Arctic air will be over us Thursday and Friday with highs only in the teens and lows near zero.

Not as cold on Saturday but another low pressure system will give us some precipitation in the form of snow late in the day mixing with freezing rain at night.

Mixed precipitation on Sunday and even though highs may reach the 40 degree mark any rain mixed with snow will freeze on the cold surfaces.

Well below normal temperatures will continue most of next week.

 

THE FORECAST:

TODAY – Snow ending by around 9am, total accumulation around 3 inches, clearing late in the day, high in the upper 20s.

TONIGHT – Partly cloudy, low in the mid teens.

WEDNESDAY – Increasing cloudiness, high near 30.  A chance of snow showers at night.

THURSDAY – Partly sunny and very cold, high in the upper teens.

FRIDAY – Sunny, high in the upper 20s.

SATURDAY – Increasing cloudiness with snow likely late in the day, high in the low 30s, snow mixing with freezing rain at night.

SUNDAY – Mix, snow and freezing rain, high near 40.  Precipitation changing back to snow before ending in the evening.

MONDAY – Partly sunny, high in the mid 20s.

 

MARINE FORECAST:  TODAY – North-northeast wind to 14 knots, seas 3 feet.

OUTLOOK – Small craft advisory likely Wednesday afternoon, with gales possible Wednesday night through Thursday night, small craft advisory likely on Friday.

 

Have a good day!

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