A NOAA satellite image of the continental US taken on Monday, Feb. 18.
The winter storm will also bring moderate to "locally heavy" snow to the Great Plains and Midwest, with winter storm warnings being posted for parts of Iowa and Minnesota stretching east through the Chicago area.
(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) - Winter weather will move into the tri-state Tuesday night. Lighter snow amounts of 1 to 3 inches are possible in the Flint Hills and southeast Kansas.
More snow is on the way to Kansas City.
Up to three inches of snow and a tenth of an inch of ice are possible in the region. "Beginning around midnight and lasting through early evening on Wednesday, look for 4-7" of snow to accumulate in the timeframe.
A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for West Michigan for Wednesday for a mixed bag of winter weather.
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Anyone hitting the road during these times should travel with extreme caution, and pad extra time into their travel plans. Thursday starts with rain showers and slick conditions.
Aircraft deicing and low visibility conditions can lead to delays and cancellations out of major hubs such as Chicago, Washington, D.C., NY and Boston.
In the Tulsa area, rain will mix with sleet and snow by afternoon on Tuesday. Since the window for snow and sleet is just a few hours, odds are stacked against a significant accumulation.
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