Snow arrives in Kitsap County for Christmas


Snow arrives in Kitsap County for Christmas

But the trade-off is hazardous driving conditions across New England and the Great Plains.

The largest snow accumulations on Monday were in northern New England, with the National Weather Service reporting 13 inches reported on the ground in New Gloucester, Maine.

A Christmas storm has dumped a record amount of snow on Erie, Pennsylvania, and surrounding areas.

Our next weather system moves in Christmas eve night. The high will be near 14, with a wind chill of between minus 5 and 2.

No injuries were reported.

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Wyandotte County is under a winter weather advisory from 6 noon Tuesday, according to the weather service.

O'Hare and Midway worldwide airports in Chicago were reporting minor delays averaging 15 minutes.

Lucas County Sheriff John Tharp on Sunday declared a Level One snow emergency, indicating roads are hazardous with icy and drifting snow and motorists are urged to use caution. Arriving flights at O'Hare were delayed by an average of 80 minutes by late in the afternoon Sunday. Forecasters say the storm will sweep across the region late Sunday until midday on Christmas.

On Monday, it will stop snowing in the area largely by 3 a.m. Wind gusts in some areas will top 30 miles per hour. It was good news for holiday skiers and resorts which have struggled with a slow start this season.

The cold comes after parts of CT saw upwards of five inches of snow on Monday - a rare white Christmas, according to forecasters.

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