First Alert Forecast: Focus remains on potential weekend storm

First Alert Forecast: Focus remains on potential weekend storm
Watch for a snowstorm working its way into the area on Saturday morning.

TOLEDO (WTOL) - Overcast skies this afternoon with a few areas of patchy freezing drizzle or mist possible. A few roadways may be slippery. Highs only near 30 degrees.

Additional freezing mist or drizzle tonight along with a few flurries. Slippery roads will be expected into Wednesday morning.

Light snow is likely on Thursday afternoon and evening. Accumulations are possible with many areas around 1″, possibly up to 2″ in spots.

FIRST ALERT DAYS remain in effect for Saturday and Sunday for a potential significant winter storm.

Snow is likely to arrive on Saturday, with heavy accumulations possible. It is likely that this storm will bring 6″, and possibly significantly more for some! Wind will create blowing snow, low visibility and very poor travel through Saturday and into Saturday night.

WEEKEND WINTER STORM still locked in on a favorable track to hit central and northern Ohio hard with heavy snow and...

Posted by Meteorologist Chris Vickers on Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Windy and frigid arctic air will follow into Sunday. Lows will tumble below zero into Monday morning.

Look for updates on the potential of hazardous winter weather through the week as details become more clear.

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