Simply put: Plan on slippery road conditions. Winter weather advisory in effect

Cheryl Sanders
January 14, 2019

We will be tracking another system coming in for the end of the week bringing a mix of rain and snow to the region as well as another cool down possibly by next weekend.

"In the wake of the winter storm that dumped 4-12" of snow across northern and western Kansas Saturday, cloudy skies and cold temperatures will remain in place across the state today. Some mixing with rain or sleet will briefly be possible for some of our shore-points this afternoon before precipitation transitions back to snow later this evening and tonight.


Winter Storm Warning has been issued for Caroline, Queen Anne, and Talbot Counties in Maryland from 7 p.m. Saturday until 1 a.m. Monday.

Forecasters warned of slippery, snow-covered roads and limited visibilities, especially south of Interstate 80. After morning clouds Monday, the sun will return and temperatures will warm into the upper 30s and 40s. "Many have already seen over 5" of snow, with more to come.


VDOT is advising motorists to monitor the weather and delay unnecessary travel during this time. Snowfall totals will likely be affected for those areas.

Updated 9:30 a.m. Sunday: The National Weather Service has cancelled the winter weather advisory previously in effect for parts of central and southeastern Virginia, including Williamsburg.


Do not pass snow plows.

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