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SNOW UPDATE: Wintry weather speeding up, snow tonight!

by Ben Pine

Posted on November 25, 2013 at 9:45 AM

Updated Monday, Nov 25 at 8:11 PM

1 PM SNOW UPDATE:  Snow moving in much sooner.  We could see a mix of light rain, sleet, and snow by 7pm this evening, turning to mainly snow showers later in the evening through around midnight tonight.  Light accumulations of less than 1" possible on elevated surfaces like the grass or deck.  Roads should be in pretty good shape with above freezing temperatures. 

We could see another wave of snow showers late tomorrow and tomorrow evening, especially for areas east of I-65.  Additional light accumulations possible.  Again, roads will primarily be just wet with above freezing temps.  We'll have to watch for some slick spots with temps near freezing during the overnight and early morning Tuesday and Wednesday. 

I think there will be melting as the snow hits the ground, and this will keep snow accumulations on the light side.

Any questions?  Tweet me @WHAS11Ben

Here's a look at the short-term snow totals by tonight: Midnight -

Total by tomorrow night:

This is a different weather model below: 

I think the EURO is putting out too much snow:

Futurecast:  Green = Rain.  Pink = Mix/Sleet.  Blue/White = Snow.