Snow to develop tomorrow
10:00P.M. Tuesday February 28, 2012
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School Forecast For:
Wednesday February 29, 2012
Two-Hour Delay Cancellation Early Dismissal
0% 0% 40%
Tonight's radar out of the Chicago area would suggest that snow should push into our area during the 10 o'clock hour tomorrow morning. Temperatures may prevent snow from sticking to roadways initially, but conditions could begin to deteriorate rather quickly by 1 or 2PM when normal dismissals would begin.
No changes to the probabilities.
Because this is a late morning/afternoon storm, I will try to have an update between 6:30AM and 7AM tomorrow.
A chance of snow after 10AM, then snow likely after 12PM.
There may be periods of heavy snow, especially after 2PM.
3 to 5 inches of snow is possible through sunset.
After noon high around 34.
Snow will likely turn over to a mixture of sleet and freezing rain after 6PM.
Ice and sleet accumulations during this time will depend on how much mixing occurs. Up to 0.1 inches of ice accretion is possible. Up to an inch of sleet is possible. Lows will be around 31 degrees.
Sleet and freezing rain are likely before 6AM.
After 6AM, rain showers are possible.
High of 39.
Timing of the snow onset will be crucial in determining whether or not schools decide to dismiss early tomorrow. I am going to watch how the radar plays out over the evening before posting a final update tonight.
By 7AM Wednesday.