Accumulating Snow Expected on Valentine’s Day [Forecast]
People often say they're dreaming of a white Christmas! But, this year, we're going to have a white Valentine's Day. The National Weather Service and our friends at 44 News say more snow is headed for the tri-state. So, how much snow could we get? Here's the latest.
According to 44 News meteorologist, Jackie Brown, parts of the tristate could see between 2 and 4 inches of snow Sunday into Sunday night and Monday.
Here's the Hazardous Weather Outlook from The National Weather Service:
WIND CHILLS WILL RANGE FROM NEAR ZERO TO 5 BELOW ZERO OVER MOST OF THE REGION EARLY SATURDAY MORNING.
AN ACCUMULATING SNOW EVENT IS LIKELY SUNDAY AND SUNDAY NIGHT...WITH A TRANSITION TO SLEET AND EVENTUALLY RAIN LATER SUNDAY NIGHT INTO MONDAY MORNING. THE POTENTIAL EXISTS FOR MUCH OF THE REGION TO SEE AN INCH OR MORE OF SNOW AND SLEET. IT IS EXPECTED TO WARM UP WELL ABOVE FREEZING LATER MONDAY...SO ANY IMPACTS SHOULD BE SHORT-LIVED.