Midweek storm could bring heavy snow

Midweek storm could bring heavy snow

Midweek storm could bring heavy snow

"Unfortunately. there is still a lot of uncertainty in regard to this system", said Amanda Lee of the weather service in a Sunday morning update. Another coastal nor'easter could bring heavy snow and rain, according to Lambert.

Heavy, wet snow is possible, the weather service said in an early-morning alert Monday. All other areas will see about a coating to an inch of snow. Snowfall is forecast to last into Monday night and Tuesday morning, and conditions are expected to clear Tuesday.

A winter storm watch is in effect from Wednesday morning through Thursday morning, when 6 or more inches of snow may fall in the Hartford area and northern CT, the National Weather Service said.

Dry, chilly weather is expected to return for the weekend, as is another potential storm Sunday night.

Midweek storm could bring heavy snow

Light snow will fall across MA on Sunday, but a storm brewing for Wednesday is expected to pack a much larger punch. Winds could gust as high as 50 miles per hour.

A quick changeover from mixed precipitation to snow is expected Monday afternoon as temperatures fall to near the freezing mark.

No precipitation was recorded at the Dane County Regional Airport on Saturday, leaving Madison's March and meteorological spring (March through May) total at zero, 0.18 inches below normal.

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