Snow, sleet, and rain in the forecast

Nellie Chapman
February 14, 2020

The National Weather Service in Binghamton says it expects mixed precipitation with snow fall accumulations ranging from one to three inches in the Binghamton area to up to six inches in western NY. While not as big as last weekend, the storm should bring at least a foot of snow, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Bob Kleyla.

Meanwhile, bitter cold temperatures move in and by Thursday night, the low is expected at -4 to -8 below. Skies will start cloudy with a few snow flurries but those will quickly dry up with no additional accumulation. For those who must travel, you are encouraged to have an extra flashlight, food and water in your vehicle in case of an emergency.

This latest storm is expected to dump three to five inches of snow in portions of northern in, southwest MI, and northwest Ohio. The Street Department will work to keep these designated streets as clear as possible.

It will also be another cold night because of the snow that's on the ground and the cold air that's entrenched across the middle part of the nation, Ritter said.

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Forecasters expect the snow and sleet to develop between 11 p.m. and 3 a.m. before changing over to rain along the Boston-Providence-Hartford corridor.

Mixed precipitation of snow and sleet could cause some headaches for the Thursday morning commute. Light snow could begin by late morning in Northern Nebraska, where a Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for Wednesday.

Light snow that continues on Thursday morning should diminish by about midday. Saturday will be sunny and cold, with highs in the upper 20s, and Sunday will be partly sunny and not as chilly, with highs in the lower 40s. The heaviest snow will accumulate north of I-70.

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