More Snow Expected Behind Super Sunday Flurries


UPDATED: Monday February 4, 2013 5:22 AM

A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for the following counties through Tuesday:

Coshocton
Guernsey
Noble
Muskingum

Your Doppler 10 Forecast
This Evening    Patchy light snow and flurries.
Tonight:    Patchy light snow and flurries early. Then mostly cloudy. A coating of snow is possible. Low: 13
Tomorrow:     Snow developing by afternoon. Accumulations around 1-2”. High: 26
Tuesday    Mostly Cloudy, a few snow showers late. High: 28

Special Information:
     Areas of light snow and flurries will linger into the evening hours before tapering off overnight. A light coating of snow will be possible. Overnight lows will drop into the lower to middle teens and some icy spots are possible due to refreezing.
    Another “Alberta Clipper” will move across the state on Monday spreading more light snow into central Ohio by midday. The snow will continue into the evening hours. Snowfall accumulations of around 1 to 2 inches will be likely with higher amounts possible north and east of Columbus. Temperatures will hold in the middle 20’s on Monday.
    Scattered snow showers will remain possible on Tuesday north of I-70, however any additional accumulation will be light. Calmer weather is in store for midweek as a warming trend begins.
    

Alerts :  WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY for Zanesville eastward along I-70 starting at 11am Monday
                                                                                                                                          
Inconvenient Weather: Patchy light snow and flurries could coat side streets and sidewalks again this evening. Temperatures in the teens could also contribute to black ice in spots overnight due to refreezing. Another round of light snow is in the forecast Monday with accumulations of around 1 to 3 inches.

Planning your Day:  Light snow will redevelop around midmorning Monday and continue into the evening hours. This will likely make for a slow evening commute. Snowfall amounts will generally be 1-2” with a few spots seeing higher amounts, mainly north.

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