TIMELINE: When Can You Expect Snow In Maryland This Weekend?

Sunday, 13 Jan, 2019

The snow should begin to taper off early Sunday morning, leaving behind a coating to an inch for most of Philadelphia.

However, given the fact that we're now closer to the storm's arrival - the National Weather Service in Blacksburg has issued a Winter Storm Warning from mid-day Saturday through Sunday afternoon.

As a winter storm from the Midwest nears the East Coast, confidence is increasing that it will primarily affect areas south of the tristate region.

Heavy snow is expected and accumulations could reach 4-6 inches. Northeast wind 5 to 9 miles per hour.

Castle Rock, Monument, Genesee, Evergreen, Conifer, Coal Creek Canyon, Nederland and Red Feather Lakes could see 6-12 inches of total snow accumulation.

Rain will change to snow this evening with snow lasting through the night and into the day on Saturday.

Thu: High: 42 Low: 26 Mostly cloudy to partly cloudy.

The National Weather Service office in Omaha/Valley is now calling for two to six inches of snow across southeast Nebraska, southwest Iowa, northwest Missouri and northeast Kansas.

Travel conditions could be rough for some, depending on whether you see rain, sleet, or snow. Portions of Central Kansas could see up to eight inches of snow. Through the evening drive in Wichita, rain will be the predominant precipitation type with a changeover to snow occurring during the late evening. Cloudy skies with a high near 34-degrees.