February 3, 11 PM Weather Forecast Update

Some rain, snow, ice ahead....

Posted: Feb 3, 2020 10:00 PM
Updated: Feb 3, 2020 10:31 PM

Showers are possible tonight to Tuesday morning with best coverage in the south.  An isolated rumble of thunder is possible in the far south.

Break should ensue with just potential of a bit of drizzle to freezing drizzle as temperatures fall into the 20s & 30s by late Tuesday.

Late afternoon-evening to early Wednesday morning, sleet, some freezing rain & some snow is possible.

Winds will be strong from the northeast with gusts up to 40 mph.  Any amounts of sleet or snow may blow around.

Temperatures will run in the 20s.

Less than 1" of snow is likely for a good chunk of the area with a band of 1-2".  The exact placement of the 1-2" is a bit unclear, but the Attice to Rossville, Frankfort, Romney, Kokomo areas seem to be most likely at the moment.  We will monitor to see if some +2" amounts can occur in that band, as well.

A thin accumulation of sleet & glaze ice is possible, mainly in the southern half of the viewing area.

After lulling with just some light freezing drizzle/flurries, sleet, freezing rain to snow will occur in the third round.  Temperatures will tend to run in the 20s.

Northeast to north winds may gust to 40 mph resulting in much blowing & drifting.

1-3" with thin ice accumulations in the southeastern half.  Meanwhile, 3-6" if likely in the northwest half.

There will likely be a 6-9" band with this event, but it looks to set up just west of our area. 

We will monitor closely.

Some flurries/snow showers are possible Thursday with 20s.

Lows in the single digits to low teens are possible Thursday night.  If we can completely clear it out & the winds completely diminish, then below 0 would be attainable (given expected snow & ice pack).

It still looks like potential of some snow showers Friday &/or Saturday with 20s & 30s.  Looks windy, too, so any snow on the ground will blow & drift around.

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