The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for northeast IN and northwest OH will bring 4 to 8 inches of snow to the area this weekend. The National Weather Service advises those who are traveling in the storm to be prepared for significant reductions in visibility at times.
A major winter storm that blew into ME overnight Sunday started off strong but has brought less snow than anticipated after it turned into sleet mid-morning.
They say places north of I-80 and eastern OH will see heavy snow while northern West Virginia will get rain. Wintry precipitation will arrive in the Northeast early Saturday evening with snow covering much of the interior Northeast by 8 p.m. Total snow and sleet accumulations of one- to three-inches are expected, and potentially up to six inches. Snow totals of 16 inches to 17 inches (40-43 centimeters) are forecast in parts of MA and Maine.
Many people across the Midwest woke up to see a coating of snow or ice on Saturday.
Gusts of 40 miles per hour will develop this evening causing blowing and drifting snow and this will create hazardous travel conditions. It will then mix with and change to snow Saturday morning.
Svitolina makes it to Australian Open quarterfinals
The first racket of Ukraine Elina Svitolina in the fourth round of the Open championship of Australia was Madison keys . The eight-time Australian Open champion Williams was playing top-ranked Simona Halep later Monday in the fourth round.
A strong winter storm system is forecast to sweep across the Midwest into New England, bringing double-digit snow accumulations and high winds.
There are wind chill warnings and advisories for much of the area from Sunday evening into Monday evening.
The snowstorm is expected to be followed by an Arctic blast of cold temperatures and gusty winds, producing low windchill temperatures and blowing snow. In between expected snow "jackpots" to the west and northeast, this part of the coast is likely to pick up about 12 to 18 inches as temperatures sit in the teens. Single-digit temperatures could last into Monday.
Up to an additional 1 inch of snow is predicted for tonight on top of the 1 foot or more that fell on much of the Greater Youngstown region over the weekend.