Snow Possible Overnight Before Bigger Storm Arrives Tuesday

Remigio Civitarese
Febbraio 11, 2019

A little glaze of ice is possible by late Monday afternoon into the evening north of DC Metro.

"Snow" could be the buzzword this week, as Mid-Michigan could receive more than a foot of the white stuff this week.

Schools and colleges had canceled classes ahead of the storm expected to bring 6 to 8 inches (15 to 20 centimeters) of snow.

Snowfall from Sunday and Monday lingered into the week as below-freezing temperatures gripped the area.

Temperatures were in the teens or single digits.

The National Weather Service is predicting southern Minnesota will be visited by another snow storm on Sunday and that could be followed by a major storm early next week. The National Weather Service said the first storm system is expected to arrive in the area Sunday night with light accumulation, and the second system will push through Monday and continue into Tuesday.

Several hundred people take part in a public snowball fight, Saturday, Feb. 9, 2019, at Wright Park in Tacoma, Wash.

A winter storm pounded Washington state Friday, forcing the cancellation of 200 flights in Seattle as officials worked to get people off the streets and into shelters during the nation's latest bout with winter weather.

Parts of Seattle were in a complete whiteout on Friday, with one resident captured on camera taking his own selfie against the solid wall of white.

Autumn Sang was at a mobbed grocery store in Tualatin, Oregon, on February 8 stocking up for the coming storm for herself and her neighbor, who is disabled and doesn't have a auto. This view looks south from Northeast 160th Street.

More than a foot of snow (30.5 cm) was recorded by Saturday morning on the Olympic Peninsula.

Recent cold weather and snow has been affecting other states too.

Interstate 405 was covered with snow and ice, but vehicles still passed through on Saturday.

About 200 flights were canceled at Seattle-Tacoma and Portland global airports on Saturday, roughly matching the number of Friday cancellations.

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