Michael Fish's NBC26 Winter Storm forecast
Here we go again. Another Winter Storm will impact the area starting late tonight and lasting through Tuesday, then tapering off through Tuesday evening. Because of this a ***WINTER STORM WARNING GOES INTO EFFECT LATE TONIGHT*** and lasts through late Tuesday night. Totals out of this system will be between 7-11" with areas of blowing snow as well. Today, we'll have a lull during the day and evening with highs in the upper-20s with breezy conditions. Again, the snow gets here late tonight with 1-2" on the ground by Tuesday morning. It will fall heavily at times through Tuesday with another 5-7" by evening. Another 1-2" will fall during the evening before tapering off before midnight. Overnight lows will be in the low-20s. Skies will become mostly sunny on Wednesday behind this storm with temperatures in the mid-20s. The third storm of the week will move in Thursday afternoon and go through Thursday night. This one seems more questionable with how it is going to play out. The storm itself is over the Pacific, so it has a ways to go. We are seeing different solutions to how this storm materializes. Either way, we'll probably have to shovel by Friday afternoon. The weekend appears to be dry with highs in the upper teens both Saturday and Sunday.