Orange, Rutland and Windsor counties will have a winter weather advisory in effect from 9 p.m. Friday until 4 p.m. Saturday.
FRIDAY: Cloudy, windy and turning colder with rain changing to freezing rain and sleet in the morning and then snow in the afternoon.
The area could see one to three inches of rain Friday and Saturday, according to the flood watch warning.
Any precipitation that starts as rain early Friday could change to freezing rain, sleet and/or snow from west to east in this zone., which could lead to a risky afternoon commute.
Winter weather continues to move into parts of Arkansas beginning Thursday night and going into Friday morning. Additional snow accumulations of up to two inches are expected. Snow is expected to move east of the Tennessee River by early afternoon with some clouds and cold conditions remaining. Total snow and sleet accumulations are forecast to be 1 and 3 inches, with some locally higher amounts possible.
Saturday night and Sunday night will be particularly cold, with temperatures dipping into the low teens in southern Westchester and single digits in Putnam County, according to the weather service. Use caution when traveling.
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A strong cold front was moving through the state on Friday morning, along with scattered rain.
From National Weather Service: * Heavy snow expected. There's a chance of light snow on Sunday afternoon, through Monday.
The National Weather Service has issued a WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY for SW Montana east of the divide through noon on Friday.
The region will experience temperature highs in the low 60's on Thursday followed by rain and freezing temperatures Thursday night into Friday morning. Low pressure is expected to develop along the front and enhance the precipitation across northeast OH and northwest PA. As always, locally higher totals are possible.
Through evening: Wintry mix of freezing rain and sleet. While this doesn't look like a major storm, accumulation is likely and could cause issues.
On the southern side of the storm, winds gusted to 68 miles per hour in Midland, Texas, producing a dust storm and reducing visibility close to zero. New ice accumulation of less than a 0.1 of an inch possible.