Today will be quiet. Mainly dry, partly to mostly cloudy.
Light breeze with highs in the middle/upper 20s. A few flurries first, then the
big snow arrives tonight.
The entire Storm Track Weather team stands behind a forecast
of 3-5'' for this storm. As always, isolated areas could receive a
little less (or more) but that is a solid range to focus on moving forward. The
track of the low pressure system responsible for bringing us this winter
weather will travel through the Ohio River Valley, dumping most of its energy
and moisture over the NW Ohio region.
This will be a prolonged event (hence, the higher end of the
accumulation range…) beginning as early as midnight tonight, carrying
through to noon Saturday. Over those 12-hours there could be some very
heavy snow at times, which may lead to low visibility. The snow is also
likely to coat roads quickly, and multiple times over the course of the
event, so crews will be working hard to keep up.
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