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10:30 AM (Tuesday) | ****A major winter storm to produce accumulating snow, ice and rain in the Mid-Atlantic region****

Paul Dorian

Mid-Atlantic: A major winter storm will impact the Mid-Atlantic region on Wednesday and Wednesday night with significant accumulating snow on the front end in many areas before a changeover to ice and rain. An initial low pressure system will head towards the western Great Lakes on Wednesday and a secondary low pressure will form near the Mid-Atlantic coastline.  Another key player will be strong cold high pressure that will be situated to our north at the beginning of this mid-week event and it will anchor cold, dense low-level air that will be reluctant to give up its ground.  Snow should break out in the early morning hours on Wednesday in the DC metro region, around mid morning in Philly, and then during the mid-day or early afternoon hours in NYC. 

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Tuesday, Feb 5, 2019, 1:00 PM | *Major ice event in the offing for much of Michigan from late tonight into early Wednesday*

Paul Dorian

Midwest (Auburn Hills, MI): A major ice event is in the offing for Auburn Hills, MI which could result in a dangerous Wednesday morning commute.  High pressure over central Canada is drifting to the east today and is a source of low-level cold air which will play a major role in potential icing late tonight and early Wednesday as moisture arrives in the region.  A southern stream of energy will ride along a temperature boundary zone on Wednesday and stay just south of the Michigan state line allowing for the low-level cold air to stand its ground.  Warm and moist air from the south will ride up and over the entrenched cold air mass at the surface and the bulk of the precipitation from this system will fall as freezing rain in a 6-hour period from around 3AM to 9AM. 

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