Snowstorm Will Make Travel Treacherous on Wednesday

The storm will start overnight and make the Wednesday morning commute difficult.

Photo credit: National Weather Service.
Photo credit: National Weather Service.

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning for Wednesday.

NWS predicts the area will see between 8 and 10 inches of snow, which will start falling overnight and last into Wednesday night.

Channel 7’s Chris Lambert said the heaviest snow will stretch from the Wednesday morning commute into lunchtime. Snow may fall at more than an inch an hour during that time period. The snow will taper off on Wednesday afternoon and then finish off Wednesday night.

Snow removal will be difficult.

“No fluff factor with this one either as snow to liquid ratios run close to 10:1. It's good for snowballs and snowmen, not so good for shoveling,” Lambert said.

While this area will get 8 to 10 inches, towns north and west of Route 495 may hit the jackpot with more than a foot of snow. There’s a chance the immediate coastline may see lower numbers if there is mixing with sleet and ice.

Iam Danceswithdachshunds February 09, 2014 at 07:05 AM
Well I just gotta say ... seeing the headline of a story about a snow storm that happened last week - still appearing on the front page - pretty much sums up my conclusion that the Patch is in it's "end times". See ya! .. wouldn't want to be ya.


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