A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect until 10 p.m. Saturday for Suffolk County and southern Nassau County.
Total snow accumulations within and near the advisory area are expected to run between two and four inches. Highs Monday will only reach a solid 5° with wind chills during the day well below 0.
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Snowfall is likely to begin in Licking County between 4 and 7 p.m.in southwestern Licking County, according to the National Weather Service.
Snow quickly moves out early Saturday morning and we start off the weekend with bitterly cold temperatures. Greatest snow impacts should be along and North of I-90. Currently, many roads and interstates are covered in snow and ice and have reduced visibilities due to blowing snow. Other areas of concern for moderate to heavy snow will include central Montana Great Falls to Lewistown with possibly up to a foot of valley snow and extending down toward Billings. "The Quad Cites and surrounding counties will be under a Winter Storm Warning until 9 PM due to the potential of seeing up to 6" of snow.