A blowing sleet, which began about an hour ago, has since changed to a fine horizontal snow thanks to winds in the low to mid 30 mph range.
While the warnings remain and the times have not been adjusted, the projected accumulations have been revised to 8” – 10”. Various models show the track close enough to the coast to reach out and touch.
Temperatures look to hold in the middle 30’s although wind chills range from the teens to 20’s which is a constant through tomorrow evening. Wind speeds should taper off from the middles 30’s to the single digits throughout the day Sunday.