Published: Sun, March 03, 2019
Worldwide | By Angelina Lucas

Winter storm tonight into Sunday morning

Winter storm tonight into Sunday morning

Untreated roads could turn hazardous in this area, especially by late afternoon and early evening Sunday. Ski areas like Telluride, Purgatory, and Wolf Creek should see 8-16 inches of snow this weekend. "I'm confident you'll see a mix of rain and snow initially".

A mix of snow and rain is expected to fall before it quickly transitions to completely snow Sunday morning.

Throughout the region, even where we expect more than a couple inches of snowfall, temperatures are predicted to be only marginally cold enough for accumulation. Temperatures in the northern part of the state could be as low as minus-13 (-25 Celsius) on Sunday night into Monday morning. Farther inland there is only a cold breeze at times so this is not a blockbuster rather just a sideswiping storm as the center passes well south-southeast of Nantucket.

Temperatures across the Northeast will hover close to the freezing mark so that the snow will be more of the heavy, wet type. As of this morning, models are leaning on the snowier side.

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Tomorrow: Snow ends in the morning, then mostly cloudy. Some accumulation, mainly on grassy areas, should begin where it's snowing. "By then, 2-4" will be possible from Dodge City to Wichita.

Normally a system like this would be unlikely to have a lot of impact, but Mueller said with the heavy rain seen last week and some rain that fell Saturday, flooding could be a concern due to saturated ground. Winds gusting up to 45 miles per hour at times will produce areas of blowing snow and poor visibilities. Again, keep in mind higher or lower snow totals are possible for everyone because of the nature of this storm. Some experts think South Jersey might avoid the snow all together and get rain. It should taper off for the whole state around 10 a.m.

Kristin Keller, General Manager of Firsco Lodge, shovels snow off their parking lot Friday, March 1, along Main Street in Frisco. The record for March 2 is 5 inches, set in 1912. They will be more of a hit or miss fashion and should not cause any travel problems.

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