Published: Mon, February 11, 2019
Worldwide | By Myra Stephens

Winter Weather Advisory posted, wintry mix likely

Winter Weather Advisory posted, wintry mix likely

The second round of wintry weather will start Tuesday evening and last into early Wednesday morning. The storm will then wind down Tuesday evening with any snow coming to an end before midnight Wednesday.

Boston is expected to receive about three to four inches of snow. A wintry mix is expected across the southern half of Lower Michigan with ice accumulations possible along I-94.

The GTA is bracing for another winter storm, with the potential for heavy snow, freezing rain and ice pellets accompanied by gusting winds.

The District may get a little trace amount of snow accumulating but it'll all get washed away as we switch over to rain Monday morning. If the air temperature remains above freezing for longer, that precipitation is more likely to be sleet or rain, rather than ice or snow.

Environment Canada's special weather statement was upgraded to a winter storm watch Sunday afternoon.

We have a fleet of winter weather advisories and warnings posted for New Jersey.

The city will see a small taste of precipitation tonight, with two centimetres of snow expected overnight. While there are still a few things to nail down in terms of timing and totals, expect some rough commutes on Tuesday.

The National Weather Service (NWS) advises it only takes a small amount of wintry precipitation to make roads, bridges, sidewalks and parking lots icy and risky. Winds will be from the northeast around 8-15 miles per hour before shifting to the northwest later on Tuesday.

Download the WILX Weather Authority App for the latest radar and updated forecast on your smartphone.

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