***FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAY*** Friday, March 10th
Heavy Snow Likely For Friday AM Commute
TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - The 13abc weather team has issued a First Alert Weather Day on Friday, March 10th for heavy snow impacting the morning commute.
Light to moderate snow will continue to be possible late morning through early Friday afternoon, then snow showers will end by the late afternoon for most. However, a few snow showers may linger into Friday night east of I-75. Rain may mix with snow south of US-6 for a time, which will keep the snow more slushy and totals a little lower.
Snow totals are expected to range from 2-5″ of snow for most of the area. Higher totals are expected in the northwest corner of the area with totals up to 6″ in Hillsdale County. 2″ of snow or less is expected in Lima and Upper Sandusky. Findlay’s snow total expectations have increased slightly overnight with 2-3″ expected in total by late morning. Snow totals in the metro area are expected to be around 3-4″.
Slick and slow travel is expected early and mid-day on Friday, then roads will improve quickly during the afternoon as temps climb into the mid-30s. However, wet surfaces may freeze up Friday night as temps drop back into the 20s.
Temperatures following the storm will be colder than average with highs near freezing going into next week.
Two more chances for light snow accumulations on Sunday and Monday could bring another inch each.
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