Winter Weather Advisory extended, freezing drizzle, fog to affect commute

Winter Weather Advisory extended, freezing drizzle, fog to affect commute

"Fast movement of the storm from Thursday to Friday should limit the accumulations to a few inches in the snowfall area", AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Brett Anderson said.

"Travel will be hazardous due to poor visibility and snow-covered roads, particularly across the interior for the Friday am commute", the weather service warns. The changeover will keep snow accumulations to about a coating to an inch of snow in the city.

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for the higher elevation areas of the following counties: Fremont, Clark, Teton, Madison, Bonneville, Caribou, Franklin and Oneida.

System number one will move in Thursday evening between 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Day will likely experience temperatures in the teens.

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For the weekend, a storm is likely to bring a wintry mix and heavy rain to the Baltimore area, and possibly snow along the Mason-Dixon Line. We can't rule out the chance for a flurry Saturday morning, but we expect the heaviest snow in the afternoon. Snow continues overnight and wraps up by noon on Saturday. In Baltimore. we won't see the precipitation move in until Thursday evening. Wind chills throughout the weekend could reach 18 degrees below zero at their worst.

Saturday PM: Wintry mix is expected to fall sometime in the afternoon. Following the snow, a burst of arctic air will hit the region, with risky wind chills well below zero expected Saturday into Sunday morning, and a prolonged period of colder than average weather over the next week.

Behind the departing system Sunday, the weather service warns that much colder air will be ushered in southward across the region.

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