Another round of wintry weather could impact Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan on Tuesday, as our first "snow-maker" of the month of March.
A tricky weather senario will unfold over the next 24 hours as two systems combine to form areas of heavy snowfall. As of Sunday evening, a broad area of low pressure is tracking over the Rockies. That disturbance will track southwest into the Great Lakes Region by Tuesday. All the meanwhile, a second system will form over the Midsouth and track northward.
How and where the two systems combine will mean the difference between a lot or a little snow for our area. At this time, Tuesday and Tuesday night look to be the best chance at seeing accumulating snow in the Toledo area.
Stay tuned to WNWO for the latest on the developing storm.