A post-Christmas snow storm is set to hit the WNWO viewing area.
Snow will overspread the area as we move through Wednesday morning.
That snow will intensify as we move into the mid-afternoon hours...just as winds begin to really pick up out of the northeast.
Heavy snow and wind will make for difficult driving conditions from about mid-afternoon well into Wednesday evening.
The snow will taper off through the evening...but winds will continue to cause blowing and drifting problems overnight and into Thursday morning.
Snow totals by Thursday morning will range from just an inch or so in and around Hillsdale, Michigan...to 4" to 6" in the Metro Toledo area....and then climb into the 8" to 10" range just southeast of the Maumee river.
Areas from Sandusky toward Fremont, Tiffin and Findlay...and points to the southeast of that line...could see as much as 12" of snow.
The snow will continue to blow and drift into Thursday morning...but winds should finally subside into Thursday afternoon.
Please stay tuned for updates on the storm...as slight changes in storm track and intensity could alter the going forecast.