**please check regionweather.com for the latest weather update as information continues to change***
A major winter storm continues to look likely for a good portion of the eastern US beginning Friday and going through Sunday with heavy snow, strong winds, and a pull of bitterly cold air behind it. You’ve heard it before from us, because we keep it real, but it’s too early to tell the exact track of the storm and accumulation of this storm–it just is–but the POTENTIAL is there for a significant snowfall in the Region and a good majority of the Ohio Valley (if you have travel plans).
We’ll continue to update you as new information comes in–but here is a preliminary look at WHERE the path of greatest snowfall is expected to occur:
The reddish-pink area is where over a foot of snow may fall. Stay tuned and make sure you follow us on Region Weather for the latest updates!