The snow that has begun to fall across the North Fork might only add up to a couple inches, but the freezing rain that could follow might make travel difficult this evening, the National Weather Service has warned.
The snow is expected to change to rain and freezing rain about 9 p.m. and a Winter Weather Advisory will remain into effect until about 2 a.m. Sunday, the NWS said.
“Snow covered roads coated with ice will make walking and driving hazardous,” the advisory reads.
Winds are not expected to be a significant factor and temperatures are expected to climb back above freezing by late Sunday morning, according to the forecast.
Snow totals are predicted to add up to about one to two inches tonight.