Some school systems are already closing for Monday. Good call!
I’m watching that radar and I’m liking what I see! Snow has really developed well to our northwest and is poised to swing right on into our neck of the woods later tonight. Temps are also falling outside. I’m currently 37 and falling.
The current radar shows snows breaking out across Indiana. That will be moving southeast and toward our area overnight. In addition, snow showers will likely be enhanced by the topography of the plateau, especially with northwest winds hitting our southwest-to-northeast oriented plateau (northwest flow snow).
Snow is developing, temps are falling, and winter weather advisories are in place. Now, we just wait and see what happens!
My confidence is still high that we’ll see 1-2 inches of snow. Some of you may even see more than that, especially if you live in or near Mayland, Monterey, and Jamestown. Snow should continue through most of Monday.
You all have a good night! I’ll be watching for those first flakes later tonight! The winter weather advisory begins at midnight and expires at 6:00 pm Monday. Dare I say you may get a snow day Tuesday too?!