YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN)-
WHAT WE’RE TRACKING
Dangerous cold will sweep into the region through the rest of tonight and continue through early Friday. Wind chill temperatures will drop to 0° to -15°! We are also looking for snow showers with blowing snow later tonight through early Friday morning. The heaviest snow will fall in the snowbelt. Roads may be slippery Thursday morning as far south as Columbiana county. The blustery weather will take a small break through midday Friday.
WHAT WE’RE LOOKING INTO
The next storm will impact the area Friday night with snow showers. Snowfall may be moderate. Snow will mix to rain into early Saturday morning. A wintry mix is possible as the change happens.
The rain may be heavy at times Saturday. Rain will mix back to snow Saturday night. Again, snowfall may be moderate at times. Snow should wrap up Sunday. Temperatures will turn colder again late weekend into early next week.
Tonight: Cold. Wind chill readings dropping from Zero to -10°. Scattered lake effect snow showers. A Trace to 3 Inches. The heaviest snow will fall in the snowbelts of Trumbull and Mercer counties. (80%)
Thursday: Cold. Wind Chill – 0° to -15°. Scattered Lake Effect snow showers. A Trace to 3 Inches. Heaviest north and east of the turnpike into the snowbelt. (80%)
Thursday night: Cold. Scattered snow showers. Mainly in the snowbelt. 1-2” in North snowbelt. Wind Chill – 0° to -15°
Friday: Cold. Mostly cloudy. Chance snow showers late afternoon into the evening.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy. Wintry mix to rain likely. (90%)
High: 43 Low: 20
Sunday: Mostly cloudy. Chance for snow showers. (60%)
High: 28 Low: 25
Monday: Partly sunny.
High: 22 Low: 10
Tuesday: Partly sunny.
High: 28 Low: 10
Wednesday: Partly sunny.
High: 35 Low: 19
Thursday: Mostly cloudy. Warmer. Chance for rain showers afternoon. (40%)
High: 47 Low: 30