Published: Mon, February 11, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

WEATHER WATCH: Quiet, calm Monday; Winter storm on the way for Tuesday

WEATHER WATCH: Quiet, calm Monday; Winter storm on the way for Tuesday

Friday looks like another round of snow, but it does look like most will be above 500 feet, so more in the hills and foothills than in Seattle.

Storms have delivered more snow to Seattle in the first days of February than it usually gets in a year, the Seattle Times reported.

It's possible, but the weather service predicts that even in a very light snowfall, Boston should expect to get an inch, and communities in Central and Western Massachusetts could get 2-3. As the low pressure pulls away to the east Tuesday, northwest winds will strengthen gusting over 35 miles per hour and snow will gradually end from west to east later Tuesday/Tuesday evening. Cars are pictured driving on snow and ice on Interstate 405 approaching Kirkland, Washington, on Saturday. Snow will continue to fall through Tuesday morning, intensifying from about 10 a.m. onward. A wintry mix is expected across the southern half of Lower Michigan with ice accumulations possible along I-94. The commutes for Tuesday morning and Tuesday evening will nearly certainly be a messy ride.

The National Weather Service has decreased forecast snow totals for Northeastern Minnesota, however, with only a 30 percent chance that Duluth, the Iron Range and most of the North Shore will see 6 inches or more.

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We have a fleet of winter weather advisories and warnings posted for New Jersey.

The snowstorm, which started moving through the area around noon, should bring less than an inch of accumulation, according to the National Weather Service.

The snow is expected to taper off to flurries on Wednesday.

In Seattle, where such snow is a rarity, residents cleared out grocery store shelves and left work early Friday afternoon as the storm arrived. East wind will be at 7 to 10 miles per hour.

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