Winter Storm Watch is up for all of our viewing area counties except Fountain & Montgomery.
We are fair game for precipitation to move in after 3 p.m. Saturday.
Evaporative cooling should drop us from 35-41 to 29-32 as it overspreads the area.
Looks like bit of sleet/rain at first then quickly all snow with some sleet at times.
It should change to rain with time Sunday night as temperatures begin to rise again after bottoming out at 29-32, rising to 33-38.
However, areas north of Route 14 may stay in mix of snow, rain & sleet & never go completely to rain.
Winds will be strong from the southeast with the system at 20-35 mph.
Snowfall totals should be heaviest in our northern & northeastern counties with lesser amounts to the southwest. A very tight gradient may set up between heavier totals & much lighter totals.
Rain should end as snow showers Sunday & the snow showers may last through Sunday night & into Monday.
Temperatures should fall from 34-41 early Sunday to 29-33 by Sunday afternoon.
1" of snow or less is expected by Monday over the viewing area.
Wind should go to the east, then northeast, then north with time at 20-35 mph.
After 20s Sunday night, highs Monday should reach 28-34.