NWS: Winter weather advisory issued beginning Friday afternoon

NWS: Winter weather advisory issued beginning Friday afternoon

NWS: Winter weather advisory issued beginning Friday afternoon

Grab all the winter gear out-the-door, plus sunglasses as some sunshine could work in through the day.

The Lehigh Valley will continue to see scattered wind gusts of 35 to 40 miles per hour today, meaning it will feel a lot like winter once again. To the south, snow may mix in with sleet which could slightly lower accumulations in that area. Winds won't be as strong, so wind chills won't be as bad.

In Pettis County, the advisory goes into effect at 3 p.m. Friday until 6 p.m. Saturday.

Since our first-call snow map was released Wednesday, we've not seen any need to make changes to our forecast. Showers will continue into the afternoon and evening before switching over to some snow. Models remain consistent and have been since Monday!

Today: Mostly Sunny, Cold, Breezy.

Shoveling and plowing operations are likely to be needed in preparation for the National Football League playoff game in Kansas City on Saturday afternoon. The earlier you leave Friday morning, the better.

A winter storm is threatening to move into the Kansas City area later this week, bringing the chance of snow and colder temperatures on Friday and Saturday.

6 PM-10 PM-Northern Iowa: Dry, Central and Southern Iowa: Snow tapers off and moves east.

Lake-effect snow accumulations of 2 to 4 inches are expected.

The weather service says the storm is expected to create hazardous travel conditions. But as the sun sets, the rain will likely transition over to snow as temperatures fall below freezing, according to the weather service. The snow will become widespread over Missouri and IL overnight.

Forecasters are expecting chilly rain to turn into snow, beginning Friday night.

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