Winter storm watch issued for parts of region

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Winds will also be gusty Monday through Tuesday with some blowing snow and reduced visibilities. Some rain could even mix with the snow closer to the Great Lakes. On Monday evening and part of Monday night, many roads will be snow-covered at times with low visibility.

People were urged by the National Health Services (NHS) to give blood after their stocks were depleted during the bad weather. "When the southeast winds switches to a gusty northwest wind, the temps will plummet and the rain will switch over to snow by late morning". is estimating three to six inches of snow mixed with rain for our borough.

"Wind gusts in excess of 30 miles per hour are possible", a Hazardous Weather Outlook said. Rain is then forecast to change to wet snow as temperatures dip to the low and mid-30s during the evening commute. Skies should turn sunny again Thursday and Friday, with highs in the low 40s.

The Blizzard Warnings, Winter Storm Warnings, and Winter Storm Watches will be in effect from early Monday morning through Tuesday morning.

The watch has been issued from Wednesday afternoon to Thursday night.

During January's heat wave, the temperature in Sydney hit an nearly 80-year high of just over 47 degrees Celsius, or 117 degrees Fahrenheit. Near supper time, 5 to 6 p.m., and afterward, expect steady and heavier snow.

Madison's record precipitation for March 3 is 1.95 inches in 1881. All other areas will see about a coating to an inch of snow.