TONIGHT: Periods Of Snow/Sleet With A Lull Likely. A Slushy Coating. Lo 33.
OVERNIGHT: Snow Tapers Off By 5 AM. Additional 1-2″ Accumulation Possible, But Not A Lock.
TUESDAY: Early AM Snow Ends By Dawn. Lingering Snow Showers Beyond. Hi 43.
After a rainy day we’ve entered an evening lull with very little happening outside. Some areas did end as a period of sleet and a slushy coating accumulated, especially in Franklin County. Periods of snow and sleet will likely redevelop heading deeper into the night and may accumulate another 1-2″ through early morning before ending. This final band of snow often does not materialize with these types of storms (we call it deformation snow). The good news is that this will all wrap up by the morning commute but there could be some lingering impacts for travel on slushy roads.
Tuesday brings a few snow showers during the day but our temperatures do rise well above freezing to the lower 40s. We hit the 50 degree mark on Wednesday afternoon with dry conditions and partly cloudy skies. Later in the week our temperatures will turn colder, but we stay dry.
-Meteorologist Ryan Coyle