Snow is now falling in parts of Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky and Ontario, and is continuing to march eastward into the Upper Ohio Valley and toward the Northeast. Snowfall may total over 6-inches in portions of northwest in where lake-enhanced snowfall could combine with system snow. Rain will mix in farther south and limit or prevent accumulations. The heaviest amounts are expected along and northeast of Interstate 74. The timing of the change will determine how much snow falls.
Two weather systems will combine to create a storm system which will bring snow and rain to Southern New England Sunday night and Monday morning. “Some 1-2” could show up for northern parts of the state.
Flurries or local snow squalls Christmas Day. Wind chills that low will cause frostbite in as little as 30 minutes to exposed skin. Any snow that does fall and accumulates will become slushy.
The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency says snow is predicted to spread over most of Massachusetts late Sunday and last into midday Monday, although there’s uncertainty about the storm’s track. So here are the details on our “Christmas snow… and rain… and wind”. Some areas in Northern Trumbull and Mercer counties could see up to 4 or 5 inches in spots.
But New York City, the Jersey Shore and Long Island are expected to get mostly rain.
Lighter totals are expected from southern NY into central Pennsylvania.
Christmas Eve Day will start off dry with a blend of sunshine and clouds. Gusts could blow up to 65 miles per hour over parts of Cape Cod and the Islands. Those winds may result in downed tree limbs and localized power outages. Wind gusts piled snow four to eight feet high along the coast.
You can stop dreaming about a white Christmas: Snow today and Sunday will guarantee a White Christmas across Western New York, and it will stay around for a while, too.
A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for Litchfield county where prolonged icing is expected.
The holidays are here and so is the precipitation, but that will mean rain for some while others get a white Christmas.
We have wind advisory is in effect for gusts past 50 miles an hour possible on Cape Cod. This story does not necessarily represent the position of our parent company, IBM.