Winter Storm On The Way, Here’s What To Expect

Winter Storm On The Way, Here’s What To Expect

Today we will see periods of snow ending early in the morning then mainly cloudy with a 60 per cent chance of flurries.

Forecast snowfall amounts for Sunday night through Monday. We expect rain to be possible from 10PM-2AM from western Alabama to Eastern Alabama.

Accumulations: During the onset of the snow, between 12AM-2AM, most snowflakes melt due to warmer ground temperatures.

Snow totals are expected to reach 8 inches up north near the Wisconsin line, 3 to 6 inches near O'Hare and 1 to 3 inches in southern areas.

Pavement will be cold enough for snow to stick and accumulate through Tuesday morning.

TV9 Meteorologist Corey Thompson said that conditions will really deteriorate across the northern portion of the viewing area as the evening wears on. The snowfall should start to diminish during the evening hours.

The frigid temps and snow are not done yet.

Turning even colder for Tuesday and Wednesday as arctic air continues to flow into the Badger State.

Environment Canada on Thursday afternoon issued another extreme cold warning for Thunder Bay, forecasting a "multi-day episode of very cold wind chills with wind chills as cold as - 45C overnight Thursday into Friday morning".

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