Wintry Weather Wednesday Could Affect Travel, School

Snow showers and sleet are likely late Tuesday night/early Wednesday morning between 1 a.m. and 4 a.m. then sleet after 4 a.m. and a low around 29. On Wednesday, a system from the southern states will approach.

Early projections show around an inch possible for the city and coastal sections Wednesday morning. High near 72. South wind around 10 miles per hour becoming northwest in the afternoon.

The heaviest snow could fall in northwest Connectiuct, up through the Berkshires, western NY and into southern Vermont where up to a foot is possible.

Saturday afternoon: Mostly sunny, with a high near 34. Monday's high is 39 degrees with partly cloudy skies by the afternoon.

Thursday: 34/27. Wind chill values between 18 and 25 degrees. An overnight low of 3 degrees is forecast, but wind chills will be in the unsafe territory of -12.

Here in the Q-C metro area look for snow mainly after 1 p.m.

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While Philly and the immediate suburbs in Pennsylvania and Jersey are likely to see little to no real snow accumulation, that is not the case the farther to the north you go.

Channel 27 Meteorologist Max Tsaparis says the snow will pick up Saturday evening and early overnight before getting on the back side of the system where we'll see the snow lighten through Sunday morning. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 53. The snow will eventually exit Eastern Kansas by late Tuesday night.

Snow showers are wrapping up across the Stateline, and many locations should be dry by 9:30 pm.

Wednesday: Snow, sleet and freezing rain developing between 3-6 a.m. This will result in a chance for wintry weather Tuesday afternoon into Tuesday night.

SUNDAY: Rain likely. High: low 40s.

Right now, it looks like locations north of I-40 have the highest chance of seeing the wintry precipitation with areas north of I-44 having an even higher chance of seeing any snow/ice accumulation.

  • Adam Floyd