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Winter Weather Update: Snow likely Sunday, how much could accumulate?

Someone asked me if we could see snow in March. Yes, we can, I'm tracking our next chance of snow.

Last Updated 2 years ago by Devontae Jackson.

Snow will move into the Miami Valley Sunday morning. While I expect for the heaviest of snow to stay south and east of the area. We could see our fair share of snow.

Snow will move into the area Sunday morning. Between 4 AM and 7 AM we will see some light snow showers here and there. As we head towards 8 AM the bulk of the snow will be moving into the western part of the area. So areas I-70 and west will see the snow first. Snow will become widespread as we head towards the noon hour. Snow will last through the afternoon and into the evening. Some snow could be steady at times as well. Snow will begin tapering off from west to east starting around 5 PM. Snow should be out of the area around 8 PM with just some lingering snow showers left.

Snow Accumulations by 12 AM Monday, Mar. 4, 2019 – NAM 3K Model

Snow accumulations do not look to be that much. Looking at the NAM 3K model. The NAM 3K model shows we could only get up to an inch of snow at most.


Snow Accumulations by 1 AM Monday, Mar. 4, 2019 – NAM Model

The NAM model shows we could also get up to an inch of snow. So you are probably taking this all in. Some of you may be banging your head in frustration of more snow. Some of you probably can’t wait to see it fall.

We will see at least a trace of snow and at most an inch of snow. Most likely we could see around a half of an inch (0.50″) of snow and less. This forecast could change.


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