The latest on the storm shows the Southern half of the Miami Valley will be seeing the majority of the wintry mix and even a little rain is possible in the afternoon on Tuesday. The Northern part of the area may see all snow, mainly to the far, far north. Obviously the more wintry mix you see, then your snowfall totals will be cut back drastically. The entire storm looks to arrive Monday around midnight and then turn over to that wintry mix across parts of the area in the mid morning. Before the mid morning I think we could see around half an inch or so. The areas that see all snow could see around 1-2," but if you get that wintry mix you can forget about seeing that much. All of the moisture should be out of here by Wednesday morning with a dusting through Tuesday night.
We will see a little break in the action for the middle of the week, but more snow arriving on Friday, Christmas Eve, and lingering into and through Christmas Day. Winds will pick up as well and we could be dealing with a lot of blowing and drifting snow as well, but we still have some time before we start talking about snowfall totals. Temperatures look to be near the freezing mark as well, so if we warm up at all we could be dealing with another wintry mix.
I have taken off Monday-Friday for the upcoming week for the holidays, but I will jump on here and keep ya updated on the weather. Have a good one!
Andrew Buck Michael
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