Winter Storm Sunday-Monday Followed By A Sub-Zero Valentine’s Day
A winter storm warning is in effect for Sunday into Monday and this is just the start of the weather news this week, according to WIBX Weather Channel Meteorologist Ray Stagich.
While the snow this weekend into Monday is expected to bring more than a foot of snow, "Later in the week we may see the coldest air of the season...just in time for Valentine's Day," said Stagich.
Total snow will be 12-18 inches
"At this time, looks like some of the highs may not get out of the single numbers and night time lows well below zero. Some areas 20-30 below," he added. Details on this dangerously cold air mass will be tweeked in the coming days.
Stagich predicts some snow periodically Saturday night into Sunday, with the heavier snow to kick in on Sunday night into Monday morning.
"Monday's morning commute does not look good at this time with some areas likely to have more than 6 inches of snow or more. Total snow will be 12-18 inches with a little less south and possibly some localized 20 inch totals in the north country," said Stagich speaking with WIBX on Saturday afternoon. More defined forecasting on this storm will come as the weekend develops.
Stay tuned to WIBX, WIBX950.com or through the Radio Pup app for updated forecasts. Be sure to check back here later for additional updates.