...SNOW SQUALLS WITH BRIEF VERY LOW VISIBILITY AND QUICK ACCUMULATION ON ROADS COULD IMPACT TRAVEL THIS AFTERNOON... A cold front is expected to cross the region during the midday and afternoon hours. The front will arrive in eastern Ohio around noon, and then travel across northern West Virginia and southwest Pennsylvania this afternoon. A band of moderate to heavy snow showers and snow squalls is expected to accompany or quickly follow this boundary. Visibility of one-quarter mile or less is expected within the heaviest snow along this band. A quick accumulation of up to one inch is also forecast. Road temperatures are expected to be initially well above freezing as the front crosses. However, the arrival of colder air behind the front, as well as compaction effects on roads, could cause the rapid development of icy spots on some roads and highways where heavy snow occurs. Wind gusts of up to 30 MPH may contribute to creating very low visibility in heavy snow, with near whiteout conditions possible. Special Weather Statements and/or Snow Squall Warnings may be necessary if such conditions develop. If you plan on driving this afternoon, be prepared for the possible rapid development of near-zero visibility and icy conditions. If such conditions develop, consider delaying travel or pulling over to highway rest areas until conditions improve. If you must drive through snow squalls, gradually reduce speed, turn on headlights, and increase the distance between your vehicle and all surrounding ones. Be sure to monitor weather conditions this afternoon by following information sources such as NOAA Weather radio and National Weather Service websites and social media accounts.
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