A few flurries lingering around this morning, otherwise a cold start to your Friday. Grab all the winter gear out-the-door, plus sunglasses as some sunshine could work in through the day. Winter is back and it's reminding us just that once again today. To the south, snow may mix in with sleet which could slightly lower accumulations in that area.
A Winter Storm Watch will be in effect starting Friday evening. The steadiest snow is most likely late Saturday afternoon into Sunday morning. Models remain consistent and have been since Monday!
We'll have more on the potential threat throughout the day Friday.
Traveling to Kansas City for the Colts game? Roads will be hazardous Saturday morning and early afternoon so give yourself plenty of time to get to KC.
- FOX 5 is tracking a winter storm system that is expected to bring several inches of snow to the D.C. region over the weekend.
6 PM-10 PM-Northern Iowa: Dry, Central and Southern Iowa: Snow tapers off and moves east. Total snow accumulations of 2 to 4 inches expected.* WHERE.Portions of northern IN and northwest Ohio.* WHEN.From 8 AM EST Saturday to midnight EST Saturday night.* ADDITIONAL DETAILS.Plan on slippery road conditions.PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS.A Winter Weather Advisory for snow means periods of snow will cause primarily travel difficulties. Slick conditions are expected and the visibility will drop within the heavier bands.
A few major East Coast cities are likely to see some impact, including Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia, and there is a possibility for light accumulation in NY along the northern edge of the storm.