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Wintry mix at the onset of rain later Tuesday – GFS model projection:

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Synopsis:

A storm system will move through the western Great Lakes, dragging a warm from through the area Tuesday evening. Ahead of it, precipitation will start Tuesday afternoon in the form of snow, which will quickly transition to sleet and then briefly freezing rain on Tuesday evening – and then plain rain for much of the overnight hours. Rain will continue into Wednesday morning before ending before noon. A cold front will follow on Wednesday evening, and could become the focus of more snow and wintry precipitation on Wednesday night and early Thursday. Most accumulations of snow/sleet will be 1″ or less, freezing rain up to 0.1″ before transitioning to plain rain late Tuesday evening. A first call map from EPAWA may be needed for the Wednesday night/Thursday possible snow, and details will follow Monday evening if it is a necessary threat at that time.

Timing:

From west to east, precipitation will begin as snow, which will quickly transition to sleet and then briefly freezing rain on Tuesday evening – and then plain rain by midnight, continuing for much of the overnight hours. Rain will continue into Wednesday morning before ending before noon.

Technical discussion for advanced readers:

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Forecasters: DeFino/Martrich 1 March 11:00pm EST

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