Several Inches Of Snow Expected Today


UPDATED: Tuesday January 11, 2011 3:20 PM

Winter weather advisories are in effect for the following counties until midnight:

Champaign
Clark
Delaware
Fairfield 
Fayette
Franklin
Greene
Hardin
Hocking
Licking
Logan
Madison
Pickaway
Pike
Ross
Union
Scioto

Winter weather advisories are in effect for the following counties until 7 p.m.:

Athens  
Coshocton
Guernsey
Jackson
Morgan
Muskingum
Perry
Washington
Vinton

Winter weather advisories are in effect for the following counties until 8 a.m. Wednesday:

Crawford
Hancock
Knox
Marion
Morrow
Richland

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Low pressure in the Tennessee Valley and a low pressure system to the west will spread snow across the region today.

Live Doppler 10 meteorologist Mike Davis said snow showers will develop during Tuesday morning and afternoon, with several inches of precipitation expected during the day.

Daytime highs will reach 28 degrees.

Expect more accumulation tonight before snow begins to taper off.  It will be windy, with some gusts reaching 25 mph.

Snowfall totals around Columbus will be 2-4 inches, while areas to the northwest could get slightly more. 

Davis said 5-6 inches of snow will be possible in those areas.

There will be another chance for snow showers on Wednesday, especially during the morning.

Highs will only reach 25 degrees.

Thursday will be mostly cloudy and cold, with highs approaching 22 degrees.

Stay with the Live Doppler 10 weather team and refresh 10TV.com for the latest weather information.