A Winter Storm Warning will be in effect from 4pm today until 1pm Sunday afternoon with 3-6 inches of snow expected for our area.
It’s one of the rare cases the Warning has been issued for C/SE MoCo rather than NW MoCo, which is still under a Winter Weather Advisory with 3-5 inches expected…not much of a difference.
The image below, from the NWS, shows a 1-3pm start for the western half of the county and a 3-5pm start for the eastern half. The heavier stuff should begin wrapping up around noon on Sunday, but light snow should linger later into the day.
All week we’ve seen changes to this forecast, but as you can see below almost all forecasts are settling near the 3-6″ range.
Monday will remain below freezing until late morning so I do see delays/closings to start the week, especially if we get to the higher end of the ranges. The first official Pencil Prediction will come out on Sunday morning, but we have some early numbers on the iOS MoCoSnow app!
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