Monday, February 22, 2016

WINTER IS NOT OVER YET!

ALERT DAYS MIDWEEK
Windy, unsettled weather moves in midweek.
Wednesday will be rainy, then Wednesday
night and Thursday may bring some snow!
WINTER SNOW TOTALS 
The snowfall total for the entire winter season
is still only 12", 17" behind a normal pace.
TUESDAY  6:00PM 
A storm developing over the deep south
will bring a risk of severe weather to
parts of LA/MS/AL/FL on Tuesday.
Our local weather will be similar to Monday.
It will be partly sunny, breezy with highs near 40.
WEDNESDAY  8:00AM 
The storm will move north overnight
bringing rain to northwest Ohio early Wed.
WEDNESDAY  6:00PM 
Wednesday will be a rainy, cold and windy day.
Northeast winds will gust to 30-35mph
Highs will be in the upper 30s.
The best chance of snow Wednesday will be in northwest and north central Indiana tracking into central lower Michigan.  Cities likely to be impacted by the snow are South Bend, Jackson and Lansing.  A northeast wind will turn northerly Wednesday night and a changeover to snow is possible in southeast Michigan and northwest Ohio.
Those with travel plans late Wednesday and early Thursday should continue to monitor our First Alert forecasts for updates.  We will provide forecasts of snow amounts Tuesday.
Robert Shiels WTOL    @RobertWTOL