Scattered snow showers this New Year’s Eve morning is likely to transition to widespread snow during the afternoon and evening across east-central Ohio. Snow accumulation locally will be mainly an inch or less but snow squalls in the afternoon and evening may have an impact on visibility locally.
The big thing to keep in mind today is that while snowfall can be moderate to heavy at times, warm road temperatures and air temperatures remaining in the mid-30s will limit snow accumulation. Gusty southwest winds today can gust 25 – 30 mph at times and blowing snow can make for some whiteouts and patchy slick spots.
Snow showers will quickly taper off this evening and end tonight. Those gusty winds will turn westerly and continue to be strong this evening but look to taper off overnight.