November 10, 7 PM Weather Forecast Update

NWS Winter Weather Advisories are up for part of the area for snowfall ahead.

Posted: Nov 10, 2019 5:59 PM
Updated: Nov 10, 2019 7:06 PM

It was a pleasant Sunday to get yard work & leaf raking down before the snow & Arctic Blast.

Highs ran 52-60.

WINTER WEATHER AHEAD.

MONDAY-MONDAY NIGHT-TUESDAY MORNING:

WIND:  Gusts 30-40 mph at times from north to north-northeast, then north-northwest.  Sustained 15-25 mph.  Winds will diminish with time by mid- to late-Tuesday morning.

SNOWFALL:  1-3" expected area-wide with highest totals in the north, northeast & east (isolated +3" may occur there).

BLOWING SNOW:  Winds will blow & drift snow about & over largely east-west roads Monday afternoon-evening-night to Tuesday morning.

ROADWAYS:  Conditions good early in the morning, but worsening quickly nearing midday & onward.  Slippery travel will develop, especially afternoon-evening & through tomorrow night (& early Tuesday morning).  Bridges, overpasses & secondary roads will slicken up first.

WIND CHILLS:  Wind chills will drop from lower 20s to lower teens tomorrow morning to afternoon & single digits by evening.  They will bottom out at -10 to around 0 over the viewing area early Tuesday morning.

NEAR/RECORD COLD:  Temperatures will fall from the 30s to the 20s between morning & afternoon tomorrow, followed by teens by late tomorrow evening, then lows of 8-17 tomorrow night southwest/west to northeast.

With sunshine (clouds east with some lake effect snow showers), highs will be near record cold levels for the date at 20-25.

Evolution of the snow:

Projected snowfall totals:

Lows of 7-14 are likely Tuesday night, but there will be much less wind.  Watch for black ice & a heavy frost.

Clouds will increase Wednesday & two waves of snow showers are possible PM to night-time.

1" or less of total accumulation is possible by late Wednesday night.

Southwest winds Wednesday at 15-30 mph may blow & drift any snow that doesn't melt Tuesday or that falls in the Wednesday period.

Then we see a big warm-up for a bit!

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