Precipitation has slowly transitioned to snow in Salisbury even though most of us still have no snow on the ground.
The Winter Storm Warning remains in effect until midnight. Expect the intensity to increase throughout the afternoon and especially the evening. I am still expecting an average of about 4 inches of snow throughout Wicomico County by the time snow ends late tonight, with accumulations ranging from an inch or two in the east to as much as 6 inches towards the west.
Once the sun sets expect accumulations to mount as the storm system is expected to sit stationary and whip in bands of moisture until close to midnight. I do not think we have yet witnessed the heaviest snowfall rates.
Low temperatures tonight are expected to dip just below 32 degrees so the morning commute could be a slippery one.
If you need to find some “geeky” local weather information this evening you might be interested in some of the following links. Otherwise, there is social media, TV, some mindless task, a good book, or a nap to pass the time. As for me….I’m going to make tacos!
Sbywx.blog Weather Underground Station
Map of Current Conditions/Radar
For Weather Geeks Who Want to Watch Live Weather Data from My Backyard!