Snowflakes continue to fall, some breezy conditions expected during the overnight as snow makes its way through the area

Last updated by Devontae Jackson

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Latest Radar Loop

Snow continues to move to the southeast at this hour. Many areas have picked up at least a dusting of snow. Now that the temperatures are dropping as well, we will have to deal with some possible slick spots tonight.

Tonight’s Forecast For Monday November 26 2018
Tonight Forecast for Monday, November 26, 2018.

So expect light snow tonight. It will be cold with a low of 25 and it could be a bit breezy out tonight too. I will go into detail here in a second.

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Precip Type (HRRR) – Courtesy of COD Meteorology/the College of Dupage.

So, the snow you saw on radar above will move out of the area around midnight or 1 a.m. More snow will move into the northern part of the area as this current batch of snow moves out. The snow that moves into the northern part of the area will be lake effect snow. Those lake effect snow bands could move south of I-70 by late Tuesday morning.

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Snow Fall Accumulation (10:1 Ratio) (HRRR) – Courtesy of COD Meteorology/the College of Dupage.

As mentioned earlier, many areas have already picked up at least a dusting of snow. By the time the snow ends. Our snow accumulations will range from a dusting to around 0.09″ of snow.

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2m Temperature (F) (HRRR) – Courtesy of COD Meteorology/the College of Dupage.

As talked about earlier, we will see a low around 25 tonight. With Temperatures falling into the mid to upper 20s. Any untreated roads could end up with some slick spots tonight. So be careful as you drive through the overnight into tomorrow morning. As we head through tomorrow morning. Temperatures will begin to rise. By the afternoon temperatures will only have risen into the upper 20s to the lower 30s.

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10m Wind Gusts (Knots) (HRRR) – Courtesy of COD Meteorology/the College of Dupage.

Finally, earlier in this forecast post, I mentioned that we could deal with some breezy conditions. Now we won’t deal the winds we dealt with this morning. Some areas saw wind gusts ranging from 20 mph all the way near 40 mph. I will say that a wind gust around 20 mph is possible tonight but again no 40 mph wind gusts expected.

 

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Author: Devontae Jackson

Hello everyone, I am the founder and lead weather forecaster for The Greater Dayton Weather Post! I am a learning meteorologist, weather enthusiast, and weather photographer!

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