FIRST ALERT DAY: From Rain to Snow!

FIRST ALERT DAY: From Rain to Snow!

Today may feel like a jump through the seasons!

Soaking rains will greet you out the door this morning before the powerful afternoon
wind gusts and dropping temperatures allow rain to transition into snow in the evening!

Rainfall: a steady rain is likely with over 1 inch of rain possible.

Winds: east winds will shift to north late, gusting from 40 to 50 mph at times.

A steady rain will continue into the early afternoon.

East winds will increase and become gusty by the afternoon.


Temperatures will take a tumble mid to late afternoon, allowing for rain to transition
into a slushy winter mix. Some slushy accumulation is likely along and north of the turnpike.

Thursday 2:00 PM: east-northeast winds will create wind chill readings
in the 25-35 degree range in the early afternoon.

Thursday 8:00 PM: late in the day winds may gust to over 40 mph.

Today will be cold, breezy with a mess of precipitation.

Robert Shiels WTOL