This is what the current winter advisory situation looks like. These are in effect from late this afternoon through mid-morning tomorrow. In the green areas, snowfalls of 4+ inches are possible, while areas in the purple will see 1-3 inches, it appears. Even a few hours out from the event, models are shifting the area of most concern around some…but they have settled down somewhat, keeping things generally within a 75-mile or so circle. With warm ground temperatures, rain before the snow, and the peak snowfall lasting only a few hours, the concern for roads is more slush than snowpacked situation — some icing could occur on bridges. The wind really becomes a factor as things get busy late evening, and blowing snow will be a concern until it hits the ground and sticks in place. The flakes will be very heavy and wet.