Winter weather advisory, wintry mix and rain move in tonight

Lester Mason
February 11, 2019

Many areas north of M 59 and I-69 will keep seeing snow adding up and could see upwards of 6 inches of snow and very unsafe travel from ice, snow, and blowing snow as the winds pick up too SE/SW 7-17 miles per hour gusting to 25 miles per hour. Roads across the state are some combination of snowy, slushy, and/or wet. The transition from snow to icy mix to rain will finally happen between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.

Check duluthnewstribune.com for storm updates on Monday and Tuesday.

The majority of MA is under a winter storm watch as residents brace for another midweek snowstorm. This means the evening commute will be a rough drive. That warning extends through Tuesday night for Eastern Mass. and through Wednesday morning for the central and western parts of the state.


It appears we're about to get whacked by a major winter storm. Snow is expected to begin in Duluth late Monday night. Some freezing drizzle is also possible in between the rounds of snow. A wintry mix is expected across the southern half of Lower Michigan with ice accumulations possible along I-94. Unfortunately for those of us that have had enough of Old Man Winter, this may not be our only weather headache this week as yet another storm could provide additional snowfall by late Thursday into early Friday. Blue=Winter Storm Watch, Purple=Winter Weather Advisory.

Jack Sillin, of the weather.us blog, outlined exactly how much snow Seattle may expect to see in the next week. Behind this system, a gusty westerly wind will kick up by Wednesday afternoon (as high as 40 mph). Temperatures will remain cold and below average throughout the week.

SNOWFALL: This will likely be another impactful storm with the potential for several more inches of accumulation.

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