Winter storm continues into Saturday

13 January, 2019, 06:55 | Author: Sheila Harris
  • Winter Storm Warnings Advisories in effect for Tri-State

While the storm is expected to travel east by Sunday, most cities along the East Coast won't face almost as rough conditions as the Midwest. There is a Winter Storm Warning for St. Louis and surrounding counties through Sunday.

We are already tracking our next chance for snow arriving on Friday with the possibility of accumulation again.

Forecasters say the heaviest snow is expected to fall late Saturday night into Sunday morning.

Kansas City, Missouri, Shawnee Mission and Blue Valley public schools canceled all Saturday activities ahead of the expected winter weather.

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A system will bring accumulating snow and ice to the region.

The heaviest precipitation is forecast south and west of Baltimore, but Southern Maryland is also where sleet is most likely to mix in, forecasters said. As temperatures drop into the upper 20s to lower 30s overnight, rain will transition into snow as we head into Monday. Snow moves into southwestern IN late tonight, and it will be closer to 11 p.m. or midnight before we really start to see some steady snow showers IN south central Indiana. Snow will cause primarily travel difficulties; expect snow covered roads and limited visibilities.

There has been 1.4 inches of snow this season at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, the Baltimore region's point of record.

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