The winter storms just keep on coming. AccuWeather.com is forecasting a significant winter storm for the Northeast on Wednesday. The exact track of the storm will determine if it is mostly ice or snow and how much New Haven gets. Check back here for details as the storm approaches.
The National Weather Service has issued a “special weather statement” for tonight. Temperatures will drop below freezing tonight, the NWS warns, and any melted snow will freeze on untreated roads and walkways. Tomorrow the NWS is forecasting some more snow flurries but no significant accumulations are expected.
All Yale shuttle services are suspended as the winter storm has made driving hazardous, according to an e-mail from Manager of Parking and Transit Ed Bebyn. Bebyn said service would be suspended for at least three hours.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch for New Haven effective Wednesday afternoon through Thursday morning. Six or more inches of snow are predicted, with rain and sleet mixing in with the snow at the onset. Correction: January 25, 2011 Due to an editing error, and earlier version of this post’s headline »
The mercury will plummet below zero to -3 degrees Fahrenheit tonight according to AccuWeather. Tomorrow will not be much warmer, with a high of only 13 degrees Fahrenheit. Then, on Tuesday, more snow is expected. The National Weather Service says the track is still uncertain, but it has the potential to be another major blizzard. »