March 2, 2015: A complex winter storm will hit the Stateline very early Tuesday morning and provide a variety of precipitation, making roads slippery during the morning commute. A Winter Weather Advisory will be in effect, highlighting when the icy precipitation will occur (3 AM to noon Tuesday).
Tuesday’s Winter Weather Advisory
A warm front will help generate the precipitation, and as the air becomes increasingly warmer with the new air mass pushing in, the precipitation type will change throughout the day.
Futuretrack for early Tuesday morning
Basically, the further south you go, the more warm air will be available above the ground to generate sleet and freezing rain.
Precipitation will change from snow to freezing rain the farther south you go tomorrow, as you are getting closer to the warm front.
As a result, the snow forecast drops off from north to south. North of I-88 will see the most snow, while south of I-80 will see the most freezing rain and sleet. In between is where the most mixing of precipitation types will occur.
Precipitation changes from snow to freezing rain the father south you go, resulting in less snow but more ice.
Regardless of what’s falling tomorrow, allow extra time to get to your destination. That means you can drive slower, increasing stopping time and distance between vehicles and avoiding any issues on the slick roads. This may mean leaving home earlier than usual or arriving to work or school later than usual, so plan accordingly.
Allow extra time to reach your destination.
By Tuesday afternoon, most of the frozen precipitation will be over, with rain either mixing in or completely taking over. Watch out for icy and slushy spots, but conditions should improve through the afternoon.
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