A clipper system will bring yet another round of accumulating snow to the region tomorrow morning. Here is the latest forecast.
TIMING: Snow is expected to start around 8 a.m. on Sunday and last through the early afternoon hours. The snow could be heavy at times during the morning.
ACCUMULATION: 1-2 inches of snow, with isolated areas near 3 inches especially north of Columbus.
IMPACT: A moderate to major impact to roads is likely during the morning hours when the heaviest snow is falling. Major impact only to smaller roads where snow from earlier in the week has yet to be cleared. Other areas can expect a moderate impact.
DISCUSSION: A somewhat fluffy snow can be expected Sunday morning. This will be a quick hitting, but somewhat heavy snow event. Expect delays if you are heading out on the roads Sunday morning. Scattered snow showers may persist through the afternoon hours, but the bulk of the snow will be over shortly after noon.
Colder weather returns for next week. Lows will be in the single digits on Monday and below zero on Tuesday. Wind chill readings could reach -10 degrees again both mornings.
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