February 9, 2010 - Final Look at Round Three of February Snow

By: Mallory Brooke
By: Mallory Brooke

Models have continually changed throughout the afternoon hours - here's what you need to know!

More change in our models - what a surprise!

The first batch of afternoon models brought in less liquid (about 0.25- 0.50") once again. It looks like the majority of heavy precipitation will form and stay to our east this evening. However, we'll still see some snow in the southern Valley throughout the evening and overnight. The northern Valley will see the majority of heavy snow as wrap around snow develops from the coastal low pressure.

Snowfall amounts will remain slightly lower (and likely lower than warning criteria) in the southern Valley. However, snow will still make roadways slick and add to our already impressive snowfall totals.

Stay tuned to TV3 on air and online for the latest winter weather coverage.

After this storm passes, we'll have some quiet weather and sunshine to deal with.

(Oh the horror!)

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