Another chance for light snow on Wednesday
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It's really turning out to be a very active week ahead in the weather department. Late December into January was fueled by unseasonably warm highs across the area and very little snowfall. Over the last week the pattern has broken down and more disturbances continue to move across the Midwest.
Our next chance for snow will arrive Wednesday morning into the afternoon. Light snow will overspread the area between 8 am and 10 am. The peak of the snow will be around Noon before moving out by the late afternoon. Winter weather advisories have been issued west of our area for tomorrow morning.
Overall snow accumulation will be between a dusting to an inch. An inch will be closer to our northern counties. This is not a big event and surface temperatures will limit problems on the roads for Wednesday.
A much stronger system arrives Friday into Saturday. The chance for several inches of snow continues to go up.