Winter weather advisory moved to earlier start

The coming snow has been a bit of a moving target for the National Weather Service today.

The winter weather advisory for our area has been moved up to start at 6 p.m., instead of the later start it had earlier in the day. It is set to stay in effect through midnight Wednesday.

The amount of snow in the latest, local NWS forecast has been increased a bit too, with the range of snow during that advisory period increased to 3 to 5 inches total. Most of that — 2 to 4 inches — is expected to fall Monday night, starting around 6 p.m. and falling strongest through 6 a.m., Tuesday. Snow will like continue after that — perhaps mixed with some freezing rain Tuesday — but not accumulate greatly, maybe another 1.25 inches.


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