Measurable snow and sleet tonight into Tuesday

Sergio Conner
February 11, 2019

The National Weather Service says light snow has started to make its way into the interior lowlands Sunday afternoon.

A deepening storm system lifting up from the Central Plains will then bring widespread heavy snow and areas of blowing snow into Upper Michigan Tuesday with snow gradually tapering off from the south Tuesday night.

Most areas in western Washington will pick up at least a few more inches of snow, if not more. A little glaze of ice is possible by late Monday afternoon into the evening north of DC Metro.

Skies will become mostly sunny on Wednesday behind this storm with temperatures in the mid-20s.

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Some areas received more than a foot of snow, and meteorologists say more is on the way early next week.

There is a winter weather advisory in effect for parts of Northeast Ohio. As it now looks, the heaviest snow may actually occur overnight and into early Tuesday morning. The commutes for both Tuesday morning and Tuesday evening may be a messy ride. It is my meteorological duty to report this list, although I admittedly can't completely wrap my head around the National Weather Service's thinking. The exception will be towards the Iowa border where temperatures could stay colder. While the storm still remains more than 24 hours out, forecasters predict the North Shore and towns west of 495 have the best chance of exceeding 4 inches of snow by the time things are all said and done with this storm.

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