NWS: Significant Winter Storm To Arrive Later In Week
The National Weather Service said on Monday afternoon that a significant winter storm will impact the area later in the week.
Forecasters say the winter system will bring extreme cold, strong winds and some snow to the region Friday into Saturday.
There’s high confidence in strong winds around 50 miles per hour and sub-zero wind chills.
The NWS said on Monday that it remained unclear how much snowfall the storm will produce.
People are advised to start making preparations now and to consider adjusting travel plans.
⚠⚠ There is high confidence that a strong cold front will bring dangerously-cold temperatures and very gusty winds across the region Friday into Saturday. Confidence remains low on specific snow amounts. Stay tuned for updates on this significant system. pic.twitter.com/5ZxY9DClCF
— NWS Cleveland (@NWSCLE) December 19, 2022