Winter Weather Alert: Sunday Evening Update - 12/8/13

- From Meteorologist Bryan Schuerman
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A general 4"-8" of snow has fallen across the four state region with lesser amounts to the north and south. The snow is now transitioning over to sleet and then will change to freezing rain by evening. Freezing rain will continue overnight with up to a 1/2" of ice in many locations. This amount of ice can bring down trees and power lines causing power outages. Be prepared for your power to go out so make sure you have plenty of non perishables and bottled water. The freezing rain will change over to a few showers Monday morning before we dry out by the afternoon.

Sunday Night: Freezing drizzle and then freezing rain with up to 1/2" of ice possible in many spots. This amount of ice can cause power outages and also will bring down trees and power lines. It is advised to stay off the roads tonight. Low: 28

Tomorrow (Monday): Some patches of early morning ice, otherwise a couple of lingering showers before it's dry by the afternoon. It's a bit milder so the snow and ice will begin to melt. High 40.

Tuesday: A piece of energy may develop along a frontal boundary that brings a chance for a few snow showers. It's cold with a high of 33.

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