All eyes continue to be fixed on a winter system arriving Friday and lasting into early Saturday. A low pressure system has developed over central Texas and will begin moving north late overnight Thursday. There are still some questions on exactly where this winter storm will track. A path west of the Appalachian mountains would give us more snowfall, east would mean less.
Either way, a mix of rain and ice are likely Friday morning which could mean slick roadways, a difficult morning commutes.
This system will take over much of your Friday; from slick morning roads transitioning to potentially heavy mid-day snow before snow wraps up Friday night, as temperatures will take a big tumble into Saturday morning!
Snow totals will be on the low-end for this system with 1 - 2" likely for Toledo and 2 - 4" south and east of the city. All areas will likely see a slick coating of morning ice!
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