Blizzard Watches (green counties) and Winter Storm Watches (blue counties) have been hoisted for much of our area starting late Tuesday and going into Wednesday. Aside from the fact that we’re looking at the potential of seeing some very high snowfall amounts, we’re talking about a lot of wind. Stay tuned…we’ll chat more at 5 and after the football game, and we’ll keep you updated on the blog, Twitter, Facebook, and KTTC.com. For more on tonight’s “storm”, read below.
Earlier…and about tonight’s snow event:
A Winter Weather Weather Advisory is in effect for just two counties in our area for tonight – Wright and Franklin counties. Closer to 2-3″ of snow can be expected there, with lesser amounts the further north you go. This is a system that could spread light snow into the area as early as this evening, but most of it will come overnight into Monday morning.
A stronger, powerful, storm will take aim at the region for Tuesday and Wednesday. No watches or warnings or advisories posted on that yet, but I am anticipating something, with the heaviest snow appearing to take aim just south of our area.
We’ll be talking more about that system, and the one that will affect Iowa tonight, coming up later on the NewsCenter at 5 and also after the football game tonight.
We’ll have more updates when they become available and also information at kttc.com and on facebook.
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