Last Updated: Monday, November 29th, 2021 3:45pm:
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A winter weather advisory is in effect for areas along and West of US-127 this evening as a large area of moderate to heavy snow will move into the area around sunset, with 1-3 inches of new accumulations expected in both Northern and Southern counties. The majority of the snow should be clear of Areas West of US-127 by midnight and everyone should be mostly clear of the snow by daybreak. The evening commute tonight may be hazardous. Lows upper 20s to near 30.
On Tuesday it will be cloudy in the entirety of the area with highs in the upper 30s to low 40s. A flurry or two is possible early in the day, but no major new accumulations are expected on Tuesday.
Take it slow in ice and snow tonight.
-Forecaster John Jones
After the snowfall tonight, we will see mostly cloudy skies, temperatures in the upper 30s and breezy conditions on Tuesday. Wednesday we could start out with some snow flurries in the morning, but then will change over to rain showers for the afternoon with highs in the low 40s. Thursday and Friday will be mainly dry before we see another chance of snow over the weekend, and this could bring some significant amounts to the area Saturday through Monday. We will continue to monitor this closely. Stay tuned for more updates!
-Forecaster Ethan Foreman
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