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Williamsburg to miss the brunt of snow storm

Williamsburg to miss the brunt of snow storm

A Winter Storm WARNING is now in effect for the Quad Cities until 9pm this evening. A brief period of a rain/snow mix will be possible Friday morning before the better chance for accumulating snow moves in by Saturday.

The snowfall is expected to finally taper off for good before midnight, but not before leaving behind 3-5 inches in parts of South Jersey and DE and 2-3 inches in Philadelphia and portions of the surrounding counties.

The work week looks dry and seasonably cold overall. We will continue the warm up on Tuesday with highs potentially reaching the upper 30s in the metro. Expect snow covered roads and limited visibilities, and use caution while driving.

The rest of Saturday will be nearly seasonal, with the high temperature expected to be about 34 degrees.

Tonight: Mostly cloudy. Wind: N/S Light.

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As for snowfall accumulations, a general three to six inches is expected.

Most of the country will see a bright start to the working week before a band of showers will drop down into the southeast of the country by the early part of the afternoon. Wind: N 5-10. High: 33.

Monday: Sunny, with a high near 35. The snowfall in Chicago lasted until early Sunday, with wind gusts reaching up to 25 miles per hour at night.

Winter weather is impacting travel across Virginia this Sunday.