Last Updated 3 weeks ago by Devontae Jackson.
We will watch a low pressure system move through the area Tuesday through Wednesday. Warm temperatures on Tuesday will start precipitation off as rain. However, as we head into Wednesday morning a cold front will bring in cooler temps and cause rain to transitions to snow.
Some snow could be steady at times and that could lead to reduced visibilities at times for some. Snow will have a hard timing sticking to roads. That could lead to some slushy roads Wednesday morning into the afternoon. However, snow will stick in grassy areas and on elevated surfaces. As we head into the afternoon though, most snow will melt as temps warm-up.
Here is a look at the possible snow accumulations. Along and north of I-70 has the best chance to see snow accumulation. Areas south of I-70 have a lower chance to see snow accumulations but could see a dusting. So, at least a trace of snow in the area, most likely 1 to 2 inches of snow, and at most 3 inches of snow.
Again, timing out the snow, rain will move into the area Tuesday afternoon and evening. As precipitation continues to push east, cold air on the backside of the system will change rain to snow. As we transition from rain to snow, don’t be surprised if some sleet mixes in. Snow will last until late morning Wednesday before tapering off.
When the flakes start falling I would love to see and share your photos!
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