COLUMBUS (WCMH) — The return of arctic air will pave the way for another moderate snowstorm, beginning as flurries early Monday morning with the first of two impulses heading our way. A second round of snow with an Alberta Clipper diving southeast from along a path from Chicago to Pittsburgh will bring a swath of steadier, fluffy snow in the afternoon and evening, with increasing wind, tapering off between 8 and 10 p.m..
COLUMBUS (WCMH) — A fast-moving Alberta clipper will track across the western Great Lakes and mid-Mississippi Valley early Monday, bringing a wide area of light snow beginning a little before daybreak. The first wave of snow will total around a half-inch on MLK Day, with temperatures rising from near 10 degrees overnight to the mid-20s Monday afternoon, with a southwesterly flow increasing.
BOSTON, MA - JANUARY 04: A person walks through the streets of Boston as snow falls from a massive winter storm on January 4, 2018 in Boston, United States. Schools and businesses throughout the Boston area are closed as the city is expecting over a foot of snow and blizzard like conditions throughout the day.
The Winter Storm Warning now includes the eastern third of the state south of Akron and Cleveland, down to the Ohio River, for icy and snow-covered roads through midday. Snow showers will add only light additional accumulations, but blowing and drifting will continue this morning https://t.co/AkGiBbVhBN
we received 3-5" of snow whipped into drifts by 30-40 mph winds. The snow has tapered off to flurries, by a Winter Weather Advisory continues for the Columbus area, and a Winter Storm Warning for the SE half of the state this morning. https://t.co/KMKEQfHGPe
Expect icy travel conditions later this afternoon and early evening from west to east, followed by several inches of snow, tapering off after midnight in central OH, with heavier snow in the east-central part of the state. Stay to @nbc4i for the latest weather updates! https://t.co/NjqrncVM3G
Winter Weather Advisory for the entire region through Monday morning for a combination of snow, sleet and freezing rain, overnight and on Monday, with surface readings near freezing until mid-morning. Cold pavement will increase the extent of an early morning light glaze. https://t.co/Rv2vLeB9qV
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Selecting a term
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