Here's how much snow Mass. could get Saturday night into Sunday

26 March, 2018, 01:47 | Author: Roderick Gutierrez
  • Snow totals lowered some as more mixing expected, NWS says

A late season snowstorm will impact parts of eastern Iowa and northwestern IL tonight into Saturday. Even just north of Great Falls and Lewistown, pockets of temperatures close to the freezing point will make for spotty freezing rain and snow later on Thursday.

The chance for seeing 1 inch of snow (or more) on Saturday night is only around 20 percent in the Richmond area, but much higher across southwest and south-central Virginia. Precipitation will begin as a cold rain, mixing with wet snow at times Saturday late morning.

Snowfall amounts will range from 5 to 8 inches across western and southern Minnesota. Any shifts to the storm track will greatly affect the snowfall forecast.

The Winter Storm Warning (pink-shaded areas on the highlighted map) for 4 to 9-inches of snow remains in effect for Lee, LaSalle, Grundy, Livingston, Ford and Iroquois Counties. Widespread 6 to 10 inch snow amounts are expected with isolated snow amounts around 15 inches possible. Some minor accumulations are possible east of the Blue Ridge mountains. It will again be breezy with SE wind 10-20 miles per hour.

Warm road temperatures will keep travel conditions mostly wet and slushy Saturday as snow falls throughout the Tri-State.

WHEN.From 10 PM this evening to 10 AM CDT Saturday.

Anyone with travel plans may have difficulty if they are heading north and east of Marion County today.



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