McLeod's Forecast: Winter Weather AdvisoryPosted: Updated:
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for Jefferson and Lewis Counties from Monday at 4 pm until Tuesday at am. We will see widespread snow late Monday night. Warm air filters in and could potentially bring sleet and freezing rain as the snow turns into a wintry mix on Tuesday morning.
Skies clear up, which makes way for radiational cooling. Our lows will be in the low single digits, with the Adirondacks coming in below zero. Winds will wind down from the north at 5-10 mph. However, even with those winds, windchill values could be as low as the double digits below zero. Tonight is a night to bundle up at keep the pets inside!
We start off with ample sunshine that is very limited. Clouds filter in but we still stay rain-free. Temperatures remain cold in the upper single digits to low double digits. Winds will lighten up to light and variable.
Cloudy skies dominate. We still remain rain-free. Temperatures will be in the upper teens to lows 20s. Winds will turn southeast at 10-15 mph with gusts at 30 mph.
Winds continue to be breezy. Snow showers start to build into the region. Temperatures will be in the mid to upper 20s.
Outlook on the Week:
This week has a little something for everyone! We start of quiet yet seasonable. Tuesday brings a pop in our temperatures at least 10 degrees above average. We plummet into the cold with temperatures well below normal.
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