Sunday Night - Clear, with a low around 12. That will spread moisture north over central Indiana.
That means heavy lake-effect snow will fall east of Lake Ontario in the snow-prone Tug Hill Plateau.
Friday: Chance of rain/snow. To the south, temperatures should stay warm enough that anything that falls should stay as rain.
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If you add January and February together, they say we're looking at more than twenty inches of snowfall in our region. For instance, over Lafayette, high-resolution data suggests temperatures go above freezing between 3,000ft and 7,500ft.
A warm-up is on the way for central Pennsylvania starting this weekend.
Computer model projection of radar/satellite imagery.
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A 20 percent chance of snow.
Mixed precipitation expected through late morning through early evening.
We will be shoveling once again Sunday morning with snow stretching across the Stateline overnight. Ice accumulation from a glaze near I-70 to just over a tenth near I-44 through Saturday night. An upper level trough sweeping in from the northwest and toward MI will interact with this low, causing a quick burst of snow to develop over the area. Here's one of our high-resolution computer models ice accretion projection through 1pm Sunday. However, as morning turns to afternoon, the cloud cover will gradually start to decrease. "Sleet usually bounces when hitting a surface and does not stick, but can accumulate on roadways causing a hazard to motorists".
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Untreated roads, sidewalks, parking lots will become icy. Winter Weather Advisories will continue in northern Kansas tonight.
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