Published: Mon, March 12, 2018
Global Media | By Garry Long

Light snow possible Monday

Light snow possible Monday

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Skies will be mostly clear Sunday, with a high temperature of 44 degrees expected and winds out of the northwest at 10 to 20 miles per hour.

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A winter storm watch is in effect for most of New England, parts of NY and Virginia. This is an upgrade from the Winter Storm Watch which was issued yesterday.

Winter weather advisories extend into Kentucky, far southern IL and extreme southeast Missouri.

The National Weather Service is forecasting a dusting of snow in the Baltimore area Monday. Eight inches could fall in West Virginia. The precipitation will likely transition to all snow by the afternoon and early evening.

At least light snow and gusty winds may brush the coast from the mid-Atlantic northward to the New York City metro. Temperatures will then drop after the sun sets, inviting a chance for sleet and snow flurries after 3 a.m.

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Astronomically low tides this upcoming week mean a lesser chance of coastal flooding, but pockets of minor flooding and a splash over are likely during Tuesday's high tides.

Snow showers may linger through the interior Northeast and Appalachians into Wednesday. Total snow accumulations of 2 to 4 inches are expected.

The rain and light snow could continue into the night Monday, though new snow accumulation should stay at less than an inch.

However, Dixon said, any shift in the storm's direction could vary the amount of snow Winter Storm Ferris brings. Therefore, the forecast totals could decrease or increase compared to what is now depicted.

The second half of the week looks like it will be dry and seasonably cold, with temperatures forecast to be in the 40s.

At this point it still remains possible there could be some brief snow that makes it down to the I-40 corridor but it is not expected to accumulate anywhere outside the mountains, therefor we expect the roads to just be wet for all other areas.

If the storm system intensifies, locally higher accumulation is possible.

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