Winter Storm Watch issued for the Quad Cities

Winter Storm Watch issued for the Quad Cities

Winter Storm Watch issued for the Quad Cities

We get a little breather from the snow on Wednesday night and Thursday, but it's not long before the next round of winter weather arrives across southeast MI. Areas to the south could get a bit less, depending on whether snow mixes with sleet.

Many schools, municipal offices and businesses prepared for the quick-moving storm by closing for the day or sending students and employees home early. Heavy snow and significant reductions in visibility are possible in this area, and upgrades to warnings are possible.

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch starting Thursday night through Friday evening for Barry, Eaton, Ingham, Livingston, Calhoun, Jackson, Washtenaw, Branch, Hillsdale and Lenawee Counties in the WILX Viewing area.

Although temperatures warm up a bit today to the 30's and 40's in central Montana, another winter storm is looming on the horizon.

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Your 27 Storm Track meteorologists are tracking another sizable snow event beginning late Thursday. Parking bans are also in effect in Brunswick, Biddeford, Cape Elizabeth, Falmouth, Gorham Yarmouth, Saco, Sanford, Lisbon, Auburn and Windham. Maine Gov. Paul LePage ordered all government offices to close at 3 p.m. Legislatures in ME and New Hampshire postponed hearings on Wednesday.

Three to 6 inches of snow is expected in Northwest New Jersey, the Hudson Valley, Connecticut and eastern MA.

This story will be updated.

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