Snow Accumulations Lessen in Latest Forecast
Johnston should see 1-3 inches in the storm that will mostly bring a wintry mix today through Sunday afternoon.
Johnston will see a mix of rain, sleet and snow starting this afternoon, though snow accumulations have diminished in the latestest forecasts.
A winter storm warning has been issued for areas north and west of Providence, including Johnston, but just how much snow falls on the town depends on temperatures and how long rain mixes in with the snow. WPRI Channel 12 estimates Johnston will see 1-3 inches of accumulation, though the town is close to the 3-5 inch border.
Wet snow and sleet should being early this afternoon, changing over to rain periodically. The mix should change to all snow late Saturday night into Sunday afternoon, continuing in to the afternoon Sunday. Temperatures are expected to range from the high-20s overnight tonight to the high-30s during the day today and Sunday. Lingering snow showers should taper off late Sunday afternoon.
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