When Can You Expect Snow In Maryland This Weekend — TIMELINE

When Can You Expect Snow In Maryland This Weekend — TIMELINE

When Can You Expect Snow In Maryland This Weekend — TIMELINE

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for all of south central Iowa, beginning at 6 p.m. Friday.

Snowfall of 2-3 inches in most mountain areas with pockets getting over 3 inches. Stay tuned for details.

Check back to Daily Voice for updates on the storm's track and strength. This watch will be upgraded to winter weather advisories and winter storm warnings by late Saturday.

Tonight: Rain changing to snow. The earlier you leave Friday morning, the better. Much of central IL was forecast to receive 6 to 8 inches.

Snow should overspread the viewing area in the 7 to 11 a.m. time frame Saturday morning.

As the system moves east toward the southeastern U.S. snow will spread into central IL tonight and continue through the day Saturday.

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However, if the storm does become stronger than expected, meteorologists said it could have the potential to drop as much as 5 inches across the Baltimore region. However, an area of up to 6 inches of accumulation can occur with up to 12 inches possible. However, we will still have some areas with heavy snow totals.

Saturday: Snow continuing, tapering by the afternoon. Lighter snow is likely over far northern IL.

Tomorrow: Snow early then cloudy, breezy and cold. Snow may continue to fall into the game. Moisture from Lake Michigan may produce a little boost in the snow around Chicago.

However, some snow may linger into Sunday over eastern portions of the Ohio Valley as the bulk of the storm affects parts of the southern Appalachians and the mid-Atlantic coast. Minor accumulations are possible, with the higher amounts closest to the southwest along the Mason-Dixon Line and a coating to nothing along the north and east.

The weather service says the storm is expected to create hazardous travel conditions. All of this means more snow north and west and more freezing rain Triad and south. Lows near 30 in the Triad to near 32 south of Asheboro.

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