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21°
Light snow
Feels like:
High: 27°
Low: 18°
Humidity: 78%
Barometer: 29.81 in
Dew Point: 15°
Sunrise: 7:42 AM
Sunset: 6:15 PM

Snow showers & falling temps! Be ALERT for slick roads

ALERT DAY

·         Snow Showers

·         Reduced Visibility

·         Slick Spots - 1” or less of spotty accumulation

 

Snow showers will again be an issue for us across the area as they rotate through the state. The main issue will again be quickly changing visibility on the roadways and slick spots as well. We are not expecting a lot in the way of snow but with temperatures failing to get above freezing today whatever does fall will stick to the roadways.

At this point we are expecting 1 inch or less of total accumulations. That will not be widespread either as this is just scattered snow showers we are dealing with and not a solid batch of snow.  Temperatures today will top off in the upper 20s with wind chill values in the teens so bundle up if you are going to be out and about today.

Tomorrow will be a frigid day. Snow showers will come to an end in the morning but very cold air will remain in place.

Some areas wake to temperatures in the single digits and highs will only climb into the low teens across the area with mostly cloudy skies. We will rebound a bit with sunshine on Thursday before another round of light snow and reinforcing cold air arrives.

Some accumulation could be possible on Friday and then the weekend will be a cold one.  Highs on Saturday will be in the teens and on Sunday only in the low 20s.

If you have Valentine’s Day plans you will need to bundle up but the good news is it will be dry.

Monday of next week there is the potential on a more significant storm moving through the area.  Models still are differing on the amount of moisture that will be around but just know that there is the potential for some snow and of course we will keep you up to date here at RTV6.

Sunrise: 7:45 AM   Sunset: 6:14 PM

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