Temperatures will reach the mid-40s today as people head out to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Where the better snow bands set up and persist, 3 to 5 inches of snow with locally higher amounts are expected. More than six inches is possible in a small area near Sussex.
A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY has been issued for Red River Co., TX, McCurtain Co., OK, Sevier CO., OK and Howard CO., OK.
Temperatures will only get colder throughout the week when the coldest air arrives, Minton said. Travel will become hard for affected areas, and should be limited. Snow estimates for coastal areas of the state remained uncertain.
The snow comes as Winter Storm Inga moves across the United States.
Overnight in Madison, the low will fall to around 2, with west winds at 5 to 10 miles per hour, producing wind chill values of 5 below to 10 below, the Weather Service said.
Strong northwest winds will drive the wind chill to near 0 degrees by daybreak on Wednesday.
Monday's low in Madison was 13 at 11:59 p.m., 2 degrees above the normal low and 43 degrees above the record low of 30 below for January 15, set in 1963.
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The wind-chill advisory for East Central Illinois is set to expire at 12 p.m. Tuesday. Wind chills of 10 below to 15 below zero could occur in the advisory area.
As is the case with nearly every winter weather event in Central Texas, the forecast has proven tricky.
About 8:30 p.m., the weather service warned of hazardous conditions on snow-covered roads. You can expect wind chills to range from 10 below zero to 20 below zero.
A fast-moving cold front will bring the possibility of "wintry precipitation" on Wednesday.
The heaviest snow is expected across central North Carolina, in a corridor stretching from near Albemarle or Wadesboro north to Greensboro and Raleigh. North winds of 20 to 30 miles per hour. The storm will take aim on the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast overnight and into Wednesday.
Thursday Night: Clear, with a low around 20.
"Snowfall of one to three inches is expected Tuesday into early Tuesday night", the National Weather Service said.
Wind chills could fall into the teens overnight.