Michael Fish's NBC26 Winter Storm forecast
A ***WINTER STORM WARNING*** continues today as snow, heavy at times, continues to fall. This will be compounded by gusty winds, blowing and drifting that snow around. Another 4-7" will fall during the daytime hours. Highs will top out around 30. You may notice the snow getting a little lighter at times as the afternoon progresses. This lighter snow will slowly taper off as tonight wears on. We could still see another 1-3", but the bulk will be generally over. This will bring snow totals to a general 8-12" with a few isolated higher totals possible. It will still be windy with the winds shifting to the west, gusting over 25 MPH at times. Lows will be in the mid-teens. Skies will become mostly sunny on Wednesday behind this storm with temperatures in the upper-20s. Wednesday night, clouds will be on the increase with lows in the upper-teens. Thursday afternoon into the evening, we could see a few flurries or a little light snow, but as of now this system is looking more and more like it's going to be quite weak with only minor accumulation possible, if anything. Highs Thursday will top out around the freezing mark. The weekend appears to be cold highs in the upper teens both Saturday and Sunday. Some patchy snow or flurries are possible.