STORM WATCH

Heat and high humidity today will be accompanied by possible strong to severe thunderstorms

Snow moves out overnight, but winds pick up; power outages possible

Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Steve Teeling says the snow will end overnight, but the wind will start cranking with some gusts possible between 40-50 mph. Power outages could occur overnight into Wednesday.

News 12 Staff

Mar 14, 2023, 8:40 AM

Updated 466 days ago

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NOW AND NEW: Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Steve Teeling says the snow will end overnight, but the wind will start cranking with some gusts possible between 40-50 mph. Power outages could occur overnight into Wednesday. Wednesday will turn mostly sunny but still windy with highs in the low-40s.
NEXT: Still breezy on Thursday, but it will be milder with a high near 50 degrees. Temps will be in the low-50s for Friday and early Saturday although the trade-off will be scattered showers Friday and some morning rain Saturday. Sunday will be dry but chilly.
TONIGHT: Snow ending by 8-9 p.m., staying cloudy and very windy. Low of 32.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny and windy. High of 43.
THURSDAY: Mostly sunny and milder. High of 50.
FRIDAY: Mostly cloudy with a few scattered showers. High of 51.
SATURDAY: Morning rain gives way to some sunshine in the afternoon. High of 50.
SUNDAY: Mostly sunny, brisk and colder. High of 42.


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