Wednesday Afternoon (Mar 4)
After looking over the most recent data, I feel like some changes are in order. First of all, I was expecting a much longer period of sleet. That didn’t happen, so less sleet means more snow. More snow than sleet creates a deeper accumulation.
Second, the models have increased the amount of expected precipitation between now and midnight. That, too, would lead to a little higher snowfall.
So, with those changes in mind, here’s my latest forecast:
Tonight: snow likely, windy and cold…low…17. Most of the snow should fall by midnight…about an inch or less after midnight. SNOW ACCUMULATION: 3″ to 5″
Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy in the morning, then partly cloudy. Windy with a high near 24. Some snow flurries possible in the morning.
Tomorrow night: very cold…low…near 3.