Winter weather advisories have been issued by the National Weather Service from the Great Lakes to Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Long Island for Chloe's snowfall. The system's direction means the heaviest snow will fall across central and southern lower MI. A few flurries or snow showers possible overnight.
Temperatures Wednesday night will dip below 20 degrees, while Thursday's high will be around 22 degrees, says the NWS.
In an effort to prevent commuting nightmares, the National Weather Service is testing a new product called the "Potential Winter Commuting Hazard".
A dusting of snow in Madison didn't compare to the snowstorm that hit Green Bay and Door County on Wednesday, with Titletown getting a record 7.1 inches of snow.
This afternoon, expect increasing clouds with a high temperature near 29.
Light snow may reach as far south as Washington, D.C., this evening as a clipper crosses the region.
Wednesday - Periods of snow; a burst of heavy snow is expected. Use caution when traveling, especially in open areas.$$.
Snow is likely to continue to 9 a.m. and then clear after that. West wind 3 to 5 miles per hour.
Eventually, snow will end by the Thursday morning commute, and we'll get a dry day following the big event today. A light wind today will keep the wind chills from getting out of control.