From Storm Team 5…
***A WINTER STORM WARNING starts late Monday night and runs through Tuesday.***
Today will be a gloomy, cloudy day. Temperatures will be in the upper 20s to around 30 degrees. There is a chance to see a few snow flurries or patches of drizzle.
Tonight, a freezing drizzle chance will be followed up by moderate to heavy snowfall moving in overnight. Overnight lows stay in the mid 20s.
By tomorrow morning there is the chance for several inches of snow on the ground before we get things going. Snow will fall heavy at times, and blowing and drifting will lead to low visibility and poor driving conditions into the afternoon. By the end of the day, most communities will fall in the 6″ to 11″ range, with locally higher amounts possible.
Any snow tapers by early Wednesday morning. Breezy winds will continue with a high around 26.
Another system approaches Thursday night into Friday with a chance for a couple more inches of snow.