WINTER STORM WATCH IN EFFECT FROM TUESDAY EVENING THROUGH
Heavy snow, mixing with and eventually changing to sleet
and then freezing rain. Snow accumulations of 5 or more inches and ice accumulations of a quarter-inch or greater are possible.
Low pressure will impact the area late Tue night through Wed night. A Winter Storm Watch has been issued for the potential of snow accumulations of 5 or more inches and ice accumulations of a quarter-inch or greater. Latest: https://t.co/ZOlvESgJ2H. #DCwx #MDwx #VAwx #WVwx https://t.co/2UgxdLZgVh
WINTER STORM WATCHES have been issued for many in the DC region starting late Tuesday night & running through Wednesday.
The National Weather Service is warning the potential exists for 5" or more of snow before a change to sleet & rain in the watch area.
The Presidents Day holiday may not be your only day off this week. Winter Storm Watch has been posted for central MD (Tue night into Wed) but more will be added.
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JUST IN: @NWS_BaltWash issues a Winter Storm Watch for much of the @ABC7News viewing area from Tuesday evening through Wednesday.
Significant snow & ice will cause hazardous conditions. The latest on @abc7news at 4:24am.
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch from Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday afternoon. We could see several inches of accumulating snow followed by a prolonged icing event. Keep it tuned to WDBJ for your latest forecast updates.
Monday AM Update: Winter Storm WATCH in the NC mountains! Potential for sleet & freezing rain Tue PM through Wed AM. Still quite a bit of rain expected this week, but totals are down a *little*. Could see some thunder thrown in, esp Thu & Sun aftns. Can we get a kitchen sink? https://t.co/28sHiVpdRk
A Winter Storm Watch has been issued for Montgomery County beginning Tuesday evening (2/19) through Wednesday evening (2/20). Residents should plan for travel delays. Additional info: https://t.co/fZE0LFF2eN. #MDwx
OK, pretty sure we're stuck in a quantum time loop, New event. Winter Storm Watch from Tuesday (2/19) 6:00 PM to Wednesday (2/20) 9:00 AM for Story County. 5-7 inches of snow possible, Snow Ordinance likely Tuesday night or Wednesday morning. Keep an eye on the forecast! #winter
4:58 AM 2/18 - A WINTER STORM WATCH has been issued for the Baltimore/Washington metro area from 10 PM Tuesday to 10 PM Wednesday for 5 or more inches of snow and up to one-quarter inch of ice.
Official details of the advisory... https://t.co/6OJYcGjGz9
Below 👇 are the latest expected snowfall and ice accumulation amounts for the region. A Winter Storm Watch will go into effect Tuesday night through Wednesday. #WinterWeather #StayInformed https://t.co/4llTd4ndQR
2/18/19 @NWS_BaltWash has issued a Winter Storm Watch for DC from 10PM Tues., February 19, until 10PM Wed., February 20. Heavy snow mixing w/ sleet & then turning to freezing rain is expected. Travel may be very difficult & hazardous conditions may impact Wednesday AM/PM commutes https://t.co/CRqnBzeYIn
A Winter Storm Watch has been issued for much of SE Washington into the Central Panhandle Mountains including the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley. Heavy snow possible. Valid Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday afternoon. #wawx #idwx
⚠️The NWS has issued a Winter Storm Watch effective Tues. evening through Wed. evening. Snow accumulations of 5 or more inches & ice accumulations of a quarter-inch or greater are possible. Stay informed by signing up for Fairfax Alerts ➡️ https://t.co/PAQyz4nJGn #VaWx ❄️
A Winter Storm Watch has been issued for Montgomery County beginning Tuesday evening (2/19) through Wednesday evening (2/20). Residents should plan for travel delays.
Additional details: https://t.co/1o9BprYtfF
While all of us will likely see accumulating snow this week, a Winter Storm Watch has been issued for our Western Iowa counties late Tuesday through early Wednesday. Stay tuned to @WOWT6News for updates! #iawx
WINTER STORM WATCH | the NWS has issued a Winter Storm Watch, effective Tuesday evening through Wednesday for the potential for accumulating snow and ice. The details of this storm remain uncertain, but this storm system has the potential to disrupt mid-week schedules.
Winter Storm Watch in effect from 4 pm Tuesday (2/19/19) until 6 pm Wednesday (2/20/19). A wintry mix of precipitation may lead to downed trees, sporadic power outages, and hazardous travel. Monitor the National Weather Service or local media for the latest forecast. #appstate https://t.co/ZK8V6IzRKO
Predicted Closure Odds for Wednesday, February,18th, 2019
On time Opening: 0%
Predicted closure odds is based on if the weather holds. We already are under a winter storm watch and if the weather stays as what it is there is 0% chance we will have school.
NWS has issued Winter Storm Watch for AA County for the potential for heavy snow/ice. Models are still all over the place. Main takeaway for now is snow to ice to rain starting Tuesday after midnight until... https://t.co/mCDDvNUfs4
Current thoughts from NWS..we are under a Winter Storm Watch.
My take: may be a bit high on the snow because it warms at 8k feet, stays cold below and some data is less generous with the initial burst of snow. Ice may linger well into Wednesday eve for many.
Will tweet more. https://t.co/cyYLKGRdE5
Winter Storm Watch issued February 18 at 4:54AM AKST until February 20 at 12:00PM AKST by NWS ...WINTER STORM WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM TUESDAY MORNING THROUGH WEDNESDAY MORNING... * WHAT...Snow and blowing snow with blizzard conditions possible. Plan on difficult travel …
Winter coming to the DCA Wednesday? NWS Storm Watch: WHERE...The District of Columbia. WHAT...Heavy snow, mixing with and eventually changing to sleet and then freezing rain. Snow accumulations of 5 or more inches and ice accumulations of a quarter-inch or greater are possible.
A Winter Storm Watch is in effect for our area from Tuesday evening through Wednesday evening. Snow accumulations of 5 or more inches and ice accumulations of a quarter-inch or greater are possible.
@NWS_BaltWash Winter Storm Watch right on the money! 12z #NBM has mean values of 5-6" of snow/sleet followed by 0.20" of ice here in Thurmont area. Yet another mess and tough to remove and keep surfaces clear and ice free. #mdwx.
The @NWSBlacksburg has issued a winter storm watch for the entire New River Valley until 6:00 PM Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019.
Snowfall amounts: 2-4 inches, with ice/sleet/freezing rain: 0.10-0.25 inches
Rain: 2-4 inches.
Slick conditions are likely Wednesday morning.
STORMTRACKER ALERT: Winter Storm Watch for Garrett, Pocahontas, Webster, Randolph, and eastern Tucker Counties from late Tuesday evening through Wednesday. Potential ice, snow, and sleet accumulation are possible. - @ScottWBOY