Winter weather advisory issued for parts of North Texas

Winter weather advisory issued for parts of North Texas

✓ Snow will likely accumulate across the watch area through the morning and early afternoon. The Lehigh Valley is not now included in that watch. Snow may be back after 11 p.m. Saturday, and Sunday brings another chance of rain and snow.

FRIDAY: Increasing clouds, snow developing.

Prepare for more wintry weather in the Ozarks Monday night.

According to the Boston Globe, the storm system will dump heavy, wet snow before transitioning to rain at some point late Wednesday. Late Tuesday afternoon, Young, Stephens and Eastland counties were added.

The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for possible freezing rain in parts of south central and southeastern Oklahoma on Tuesday, Feb. 6.

If you're driving through northern or central New Jersey on Wednesday, get ready for a messy - and potentially risky - commute to work or school. Any accumulation of ice will be light but some icy spots could occur through Wednesday morning. A mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain predicted to begin around 3 a.m. will last into the afternoon. "New snow accumulation of around an inch or less is expected".

- There is a Winter Storm Watch for far northern counties along and north of I-80 and west of I-287 (including Carbon and Monroe Counties).

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Depending on how much precipitation falls and how much of it falls in the form of ice - if any - will obviously have a significant effect on road conditions when motorists start heading to work and kids to school Wednesday morning.

One calling for heavy snow in northern CT and another for a mixed bag of snow, sleet, and rain in the south.

The storm will move up over New England on Thursday with a high pressure system moving rapidly behind the departing low pressure. Thursday night looks quite cold as lows drop well into the teens as a weak area of high pressure crests overhead and provide the drier weather.

Chances for snow showers or flurries this morning in the metro Buffalo area.

High near 27. Northeast wind 9 to 13 miles per hour becoming north in the afternoon.

A zone of soaking rain and locally gusty thunderstorms will set up to the south of the wintry precipitation.

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