Wednesday Winter Weather Advisories for Most of NY

Elias Hubbard
February 14, 2020

The hazardous conditions could impact the morning and evening commute.

The National Weather Service has issued a wind chill warning and a wind chill advisory for Thursday. Officials say mixed precipitation is expected.

Besides a few isolated pockets of light snow showers this afternoon and evening, Western Montana is shaping up to be mostly dry this evening.

Rapidly falling temperatures Wednesday afternoon could lead to a flash freeze if local roads are in a wet or slushy condition.

Hudson Valley Weather believes the storm should hit the region from southwest to northeast from 10 p.m. Wednesday to 1 a.m Thursday.

As Meteorologist Mike Spiel is reporting on the forecast, that advisory will be in effect until 12:00 p.m. on Thursday.

Snow, briefly mixing with rain at the start has been slowly advancing from south to north and will continue to overspread the area into the evening hours.

Patchy, blowing snow is likely through midnight.

Despite the sunshine on Thursday, Kansas City is expected to reach only the mid-teens for its high temperature.

This means there will be widespread slick roads during our early Friday morning drive.

Additional snow accumulation of up to two inches is forecast for Wednesday night into Thursday morning. There we could see anywhere from 3 to 6 inches of snow in the Beartooth Mountains to 1-3 inches of snow in Carter County in the southeast corner. Coldest of the season on the way by Friday morning with wind chills going subzero.

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