Drive with Meteorologist Jim Loboy


THIS MORNING: It will be a snowy ride to work. As forecasted, we got a fast-moving snowfall that started around 1 a.m. We have around 1″-2″ on the ground.

ROADS: Secondary roads are snow-covered and slick. A powdery snow, it is slippery.

TEMPERATURES: It will be in the upper-teens Tuesday morning. The high today will be in the mid-20s.

THIS AFTERNOON: After light morning snow, we’ll have mostly cloudy skies with some sunshine at times.

NEW OVERNIGHT: A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY will go into effect Wednesday morning at 4 a.m. Snow will start up toward 4 a.m. We could already have an inch or two by morning drive Wednesday.

Additional snow through the day in the range of 2″ to 4″ is likely. There is the possibility of a wintry mix midday for Columbiana and Lawrence counties. There is some uncertainty in the storm track, so check back throughout the day as new data comes in.METEOROLOGIST RYAN HALICKI TAKES  A LOOK AT THE WEEKEND STORM SYSTEMCLICK HERE.

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