Winter Storm Warning Continues, Heaviest Snow Tracking North

Winter Storm Warning Continues, Heaviest Snow Tracking North

Power outage will also be possible.

Clinton County along with all of Southwest Ohio is under a Winter Storm Warning beginning at 4 a.m. Saturday until 7 a.m. Sunday, according to the National Weather Service in Wilmington.

More than 40 million people are now under winter storm alerts, according to meteorologist Kelly Cass Winter.

"Winter weather advisories stretch from Colorado and northern New Mexico to West Virginia, including Denver, Kansas City, Des Moines, Louisville, Columbus and Charleston, West Virginia".

As for snowfall accumulations, a general three to six inches is expected. Overnight lows drop into the mid 30's for many spots with areas along and north of I-64 in the low 30's.

The winter storm advisory for York, Chester and Lancaster ends Sunday afternoon as temperatures are expected to rise to about 41 degrees, forecasters said. Plan on a couple inches of snow on the ground by the time you're waking up on Saturday.

A system will bring accumulating snow and ice to the region. "By that time, many will likely have seen around 5"-7" of snow, with higher pockets, especially in west central in, seeing near 8" of snow.