The Winter Weather Advisory expires at 9 am. The snow is starting to shift to the east, though lingering flurries are possible through the early morning.
Looks like most areas received the forecast 1-4″ of snow.. Temperatures are close to the freezing mark (32°) so this has been a “wet” or heavier type of snow, compared to the light, fluffy snow that we have seen with the colder temperatures that we’ve had the past couple weeks.
Roads may be slushy and side streets may be snow covered and a bit slick in places this AM. Temperatures will get a little above freezing, so road conditions will improve as the day goes on. Here’s radar:
We’ll see high temperatures in the mid 30s today. Tonight (Mon. night) a band of snow may produce an inch or two, mainly north of I-96. Temperatures will be 35 – 40 Tuesday and Wednesday and the snow will start to melt and settle a bit.
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