Welcome: Good morning. Today will be a briefing-type post. Winter makes it’s triumphant return, possibly. We may be dealing with an April snowstorm, so let’s get into the details with this sudden surprise…

Important: This storm may just be a rain maker with some snow. However knowing how unpredictable this winter has been I have to consider it could be a storm. So depending how cold it is, it may be rain or snow.

Alert: None, yet.

Timing: The event will start Monday night and go through Tuesday night. Some will stay all rain. If you are higher in elevation and have colder temperatures you will have more snow. So snow will likely mix in during Monday night and Tuesday morning.

Snow: A coating to 1 inch is expected in the lowest valleys. 1 to 3 inches is expected in the valleys. 2 to 4 inches is expected in the hills. Finally, 4 to 8 inches is expected in the mountains and mountain peaks.

Sleet: Not expected.

Freezing Rain: Not expected.

Peak Wind: 10 to 20 mph, with gusts to 30 mph. Coming from the East Southeast.

Blowing/Drifting Snow: Not expected.

Snow Day Calculator: Not available.

Hazards Summary: It will be slippery. Some power outages and tree damage will be possible due to wet snow and wind.

Anything Else: This storm is highly dependent on track and elevation so the lower you are means less snow, while the higher you are means more snow. The track still may change so be prepared. Have a great day.

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