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February 13, 2021
⚠⚠❄❄ A large and strengthening storm will set its sights on the Ohio Valley late Sunday night through Tuesday with widespread significant snowfall anticipated.....
Over the last several days, we have been monitoring a potentially significant and widespread snowfall event that would affect the southern Plains, Mississippi, Tennesse, and Ohio Valleys, then the Northeast over the weekend into the start of next week. After many hours of deep analysis, we can now get you updated on snow totals, and they will be rather impressive for most of the region!
Timing: Late Sunday through midday Tuesday.
Impacts: Two rounds of snow.  Wave 1 light to moderate snowfall, Sunday late through early Monday PM.  Wave 2 moderate to heavy snowfall, late Monday PM through late Tuesday AM.

🥶 Forecast Provided By: Meteorologist Joshua Ketchen

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