Snow Showers Possible Tuesday Morning

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Updated: 11/11/2013 11:47 pm
Midnight Update:  Scattered rain showers have been developing tonight, with a changeover to snow expected around 3am Tuesday morning.  Winter Weather Advisories have been issued for counties along and east of I-75 for Tuesday morning, with a dusting to 2 inches of snow possible.  Even though our ground temperatures are warm, the biggest concern is for high enough snowfall rates during the Tuesday morning commute, that could lead to slick roadways.  The snow is not expected to stay around for very long, after the snow showers taper off around 10am Tuesday.  Sunshine will return Tuesday afternoon, yet temperatures will be very cold, with wind chills in the 20s, and an afternoon high temperature of 36 degrees.  Northerly winds will be sustained from 10 to 20 mph with gusts around 30 mph.  These breezy conditions on Tuesday, will also aid in drying the roads off Tuesday afternoon, from the morning snow showers.  Tuesday night into Wednesday morning low temperatures will fall into the lower 20s, with only a high of 40 degrees for Wednesday afternoon.  High temperatures get back into the 50s from Friday into the weekend, with rain showers possible for the weekend. 
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Winter Weather Advisories are in effect for the viewing area, with a dusting to 2 inches of snowfall possible for Tuesday morning between 3am and 10am. The biggest concern is slippery roadways for the Tuesday morning commute. All of us will experience MUCH colder air for Tuesday, with wind chills in the 20s all day.

TONIGHT: An arctic cold front will move through the region early Tuesday, with rain showers developing closer to midnight. Snow showers look to develop between 3am and 10am Tuesday, with cold air continuing to move into the region. Overnight low temperatures will be around 30 degrees.

TUESDAY: Snow showers will be around for the morning commute Tuesday, with snowfall rates becoming heavy at times, which may lead to slippery roadways and reduced visibilities. The snow will taper off by midday Tuesday, with clearing skies into the afternoon. Northerly winds will gust up to 30 mph at times, with wind chills in the 20s or colder all day.

TUESDAY NIGHT: Skies will be mostly clear to partly cloudy Tuesday night, with a frigid overnight low temperature of 22 degrees. Anything that melts and is left on the pavement from Tuesday, will refreeze, and cause some slick spots for the Wednesday morning commute.

WEDNESDAY: Temperatures will remain very cold, with mostly sunny skies and a high of 40 degrees, as high pressure builds across the region.

THURSDAY: High pressure moves to our east on Thursday, giving is winds out of the southwest, which will help our temperatures moderate back into the upper 40s for Thursday afternoon. Afternoon high temperatures will be around 48 degrees with mostly sunny skies.

FRIDAY: Clouds will increase throughout the day Friday, with high temperatures around 53 degrees.

WEEKEND: Saturday will start off the weekend with partly to mostly cloudy skies, and the chance for a few rain showers. Saturday high temperatures will be around 55 degrees. Sunday will feature a better chance for rain, as a weather disturbance moves across the region. Despite the cloudy skies and rain chances, Sunday will be a little milder, with a high of 59 degrees.

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