Winter Weather Alert: Bryan's Monday Late Evening Forecast: 3/4/13

From Meteorologist Bryan Tolle
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Weather Alerts: The National Weather Service has issued Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Storm Watches for the entire area from Tuesday Night through Wednesday Night.

Your4State Short Term Forecast:

Tonight: Mainly clear skies and cold.  Low: 21-26.

Tomorrow (Tuesday): Partly sunny skies with increasing cloudiness late in the day and into the evening.  Rain changing to heavy snow by late night.  High: 41-46.

Tuesday Night: Cloudy skies with heavy snow likely.  Significant accumulations likely.  Low: 28-32.

Your4State Extended Forecast:

Wednesday: Cloudy skies with heavy snow likely.  Significant accumulations likely. This will be a heavy wet snow, with the potential for it to bring down power lines and tree limbs. High: 35.  Low: 28.

Right now, most of the area stands to see anywhere from 5 to 10 inches of snow by Wednesday Evening with us more than likely ending up on the higher side of that range. 

As you work into the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia and our Northern Virginia Counties, they could see anywhere from 10 inches to closing in on 1 foot of snow, or better with isolated higher amounts.

The snow that will fall across the region will be a heavy, wet snow which besides causing travel problems during this period, could also bring down power lines and tree limbs, as this snow will have a lot of moisture content to it.

Stay with the WHAG Weather team with winter and severe weather hits the area, we'll keep you informed as these events roll though on the WHAG Weather Team's social media platforms as well as

Thursday: Partly sunny skies.  High: 38.  Low: 27.

Friday: Mostly sunny skies.  High: 44.  Low: 30.

Saturday: Mostly sunny skies.  High: 50.  Low: 36.

Sunday: Mostly sunny skies.  High: 51.  Low: 34.

Partly sunny skies.  High: 53.  Low: 38.

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