Weather Geek Report: Updated Look At Presidents' Day Storm

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We are watching two systems headed for Ohio.

The first one arrives Friday with light snow and even colder temperatures.The second moves our way Monday and could bring several inches of snow depending on the storm track.

Snow showers will be likely after 9 a.m. tomorrow with the greatest chance around 5-9 p.m.

Accumulations will be light with an inch or less possible by midnight tomorrow night.

This is an Arctic front and will send temperatures down close to zero by Sunday morning.

The storm to watch is the one on President's Day. Heavy snow is possible across much of Ohio.

The EURO model continues to be aggressive with 6 or more inches of snow possible. The GFS still shows lesser amounts ranging from 2-4 inches.

I will want to see several more updates of these models before making a forecast... but this gives you an early hint at what we might expect.

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