Winter weather returns to the South — FIRST ALERT FORECAST

Winter weather returns to the South — FIRST ALERT FORECAST

Snow is expected throughout the day and early evening with dangerously low wind chills expected overnight.

Below zero wind chills are expected to carry into Wednesday. A westerly breeze 5-15 miles per hour will make it feel well below zero all day.

As of 4:30 a.m., the Topeka air temperature was minus-1 degree with a wind-chill at minus-15 degrees. Plan on hard travel conditions, including during the morning commute.

A wind chill advisory will go into effect starting at 6pm and last through Tuesday morning. Make sure you wear a hat and gloves, dress in layers, and cover exposed skin.

For the Winter Weather Advisory, from 6 AM CST this morning to 9 PM CST this evening.

Winter weather returns to the South — FIRST ALERT FORECAST

Icy roads and hazardous conditions are county-wide; complaints are coming in from every corner of Davidson County, with some concentrated in the northern region. Total snow accumulations of up to one inch are expected, with locally higher totals of up to two inches. For most of the week, we'll have clearer weather and quite mild temperatures in the western valleys, until Thursday night when the next small storm moves in.

The winter weather advisory for metro Atlanta has expired, however, you should still watch out for black ice. Use caution while driving, officials warn.

WHAT... Light snow expected.

The pipe-bursting cold will end around noon Wednesday.

WHERE - Portions of northwest and west central Wisconsin and central, east central, south central and southeast Minnesota.



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