Super Bowl Sunday Forecast

Scattered snow showers could create some slick spots for those traveling this Sunday for the Super Bowl, with a few inches of accumulation expected.

Posted: Feb 1, 2020 11:34 PM

Widespread light snow showers begin late Saturday night as a trough moves into the region. This brings
in a large chunk of moisture and lift. These are the conditions needed to produce precipitation. In this
case, it will produce snow showers as temperatures stay in the 20s overnight. This is the first wave of

Sunday morning, there will could be some slick spots on the roads from the snow overnight. Be careful
driving to your Groundhog Day/Super Bowl Sunday plans. Temperatures will start in the mid 20s, you'll want
the winter jacket before you head out the door. Throughout Sunday, scattered flurries will continue under
mostly cloudy skies. Highs will reach the mid 30s.

A second wave of widespread snow moves in Sunday evening. A warm front pushes in bringing another chunk of
moisture and lift behind it into the region. Watch out for snow covered roads and areas of lowered
visibility. The snow continues overnight becoming lighter and tapering off by Monday morning. Here's how
much snowfall is possible throughout Sunday:

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