An inch or so additional snowfall may occur tonight in counties north of Interstate-80 and east of Interstate-39.
Snow fell Sunday night into Monday morning. We will likely stay above freezing through Tuesday the following week. Be prepared for snow covered roads and limited visibilities, and use caution while driving.
Temperatures will be in the single digit and lower teens on Wednesday and Thursday morning. Snow and ice accumulations on elevated surfaces such as bridges and overpasses will be especially impacted as well as secondary roadways. Wind chill values will range between -5 to -10, and as low as -15 in the northeast part of the region, including Madisonville.
Buttruck said Tuesday and Wednesday's snow will be followed by several days of dry weather, followed by warmer air.
Late last week seemed nearly like springtime in the Fredericksburg area, but the cold winter weather has returned. The cold wind chills will cause frostbite in as little as 30 minutes to exposed skin.
Scattered snow showers will continue Tuesday morning with a chance of flurries after 1 p.m., meteorologists said.
After Friday's record high temperature, this week in the Lehigh Valley is off to a frigid start, with some more snow on the way.
The highs across the Metroplex Tuesday will be at or below freezing. However, travel conditions go down in a hurry late Monday night and into Tuesday morning. The best opportunity to see accumulating snowfall will be north of our area, but the possibility for a total ranging from a dusting to 1"+ still remains possible for all counties". For the Wind Chill Advisory, after midnight until noon Tuesday.
The weather is fine on this MLK Day and temperatures will rise into the upper 40s and lower 50s.