Winter storm warnings for tonight through Tuesday with 16-20 inches of snow expected along with high winds with possible blizzard conditions at times!

Good morning!

Skies have become cloudy early on this Sunday morning and temperatures range from the upper teens in Clifton down to 9 at High Point, winds are light northerly.



RECORD HIGH: 60 – 2013 RECORD LOW: -1 – 2019


Low pressure now near St. Louis will redevelop off the Virginia coast tonight and move slowly northeast on Monday. Today will be a cloudy and chilly day but with light winds.

Snow should develop around sunset late this afternoon and become heavy at times on Monday, winds will increase on Monday with possible blizzard conditions at times, the snow should taper off on Tuesday. At this time expected accumulations of 16-20 inches are expected in the area with higher amounts possible if some heavy bands of snow occur. Light snow is expected on Tuesday will an additional inch or so of accumulation.

Dry weather Wednesday and Thursday with near seasonable temperatures.

A frontal system will give us a chance of rain Friday into Saturday possibly mixed with snow at times, temperatures will be slightly above normal.


TODAY – JAN 31 – Cloudy with a chance of light snow after 5 p.m. high near 30.

TONIGHT – Snow, low in the mid 20s.

MONDAY – FEB 1 – Snow heavy at times and windy with gusts to 37 mph with blizzard conditions possible through Monday night, high in the low 30s.

TUESDAY – FEB 2 – Cloudy with periods of light snow, high in the mid 30s. Total accumulations for the storm will be between 16-20 inches with possible higher amounts.

WEDNESDAY – FEB 3 – Partly sunny, high in the mid 30s.

THURSDAY – FEB 4 – Mostly sunny, high near 40.

FRIDAY – FEB 5 – Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain, possibly mixed with snow in the morning, high in the mid 40s.

SATURDAY – FEB 6 – Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain, high in the mid 40s.

MARINE FORECAST: A storm warning has been posted effective between 3 p.m. this afternoon until 10 p.m. Monday night for northeast winds gusting to 55 knots, seas building to 13-18 feet.

OUTLOOK – Gales expected to continue during the day on Tuesday; small craft advisories likely Tuesday night through Wednesday night; no advisories expected for Thursday.

Have a nice day and stay safe and healthy and again don’t forget the bread and milk!

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