The northern extent of the snow area on Sunday may pass through northwest Ohio. Southeast wind 8 to 10 miles per hour becoming west in the afternoon.
Note the area of freezing rain southwest of our area (see advisories below).
As of Friday morning, the 41 Action News weather team forecasted the storm to arrive Saturday night near midnight.
According to the agency's St. Louis office, there is a 10 percent chance that some spots could see as much as 7-10 inches. Another put us right in the thick of it. The best potential of this would be south of Route 26.
Sun: High: 14 Low: 12 Snow early, then mostly cloudy; windy.
Snow is most likely to start falling between 1 a.m. and 3 a.m. early Friday morning, until about 6 a.m., as temperatures dip into the high 20s. Timeline and totals are highly dependent on the precise track and temperatures, making the forecast very hard to pinpoint until the storm is practically on top of us. Only light snow is expected for the Denver area through Saturday morning, but there could be a few slick roads as temperatures fall to around 20 degrees.
3/10 (→): Sunday system could turn snowier without much effort, plus we'll have cold and occasional storminess around through next week. Wind chills feel like the teens, perhaps single digits. "We cannot rule out some light snow on Thursday, but we think most of the area will remain dry". Little to no snowfall accumulation will occur, but icy conditions are possible due to freezing rain. The hazardous conditions could impact the morning, but and moreso the evening commute.PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS.Periods of snow will result in snow covered roads and limited visibilities. Vigorous clipper system is possible with lots of wind & that snowfall around.
March will remain cold throughout the entire first week.