Monday, February 22, 2010

Storm Update

Midday post:

Precip will continue to turn more scattered and spotty this afternoon.  Areas of fog and drizzle/flurries will be around.  Some areas in southern Michigan have already reported snow totals of over 6".

5 a.m. post:

An area of low pressure will track through the area just to our south.  Precipitation will be steady at times this morning, and then taper off early this afternoon.  As the storm exits, some colder air will change leftover precip back to some snow showers.

Precipitation across southeast Michigan will be snow with some wintry mix at times.  Finalized storm totals by the end of today will be 5 to 8" in most spots with some areas of 9 to 10".

Northwest Ohio will see a mix of snow, sleet and rain as temps hover just above freezing.

Areas well east of I-75 and points south of Toledo will see primarily rain.