Get ready to hunker down!
The National Weather Service says we’re in for a significant snowfall tonight and Saturday.
Forecasters say current computer models indicate a potent upper air disturbance over southern California will lift northeast through the Ohio valley on Saturday.
That means, a band of significant snowfall is likely to develop tonight and continue into Saturday afternoon here in our area.
Current projections call for a potential for 4 to 6 inches of snow in many areas, however, small fluctuations in the track and intensity of this system could significantly alter potential snow accumulations, either up or down.
A special weather statement has been issued for counties in Ohio including Defiance, Henry, Paulding, Putnam, Fulton, Williams, and Allen.
If you plan to travel tonight or tomorrown, you should pay attention to forecasts and weather statements. And of course, keep your radio right here for the latest updates.