Last updated by Devontae Jackson at 7:55 PM Monday, Mar. 12, 2018. We have sprung forward and spring should hopefully be around the corner soon but. Snow will return tomorrow and some snow could be heavy at times. Some snow could reduce visibilities as the wind whips the snow around. More about the factor the wind plays in tomorrows weather below. At this time it looks like the highest snow accumulations will be in the northwestern part of the area. At this time it looks as if snow accumulations will be under or just about an inch in northwestern Clark County. Under an inch of snow for everyone else. Keep reading below to see the factor winds play tomorrow.
As snow begins to fall tomorrow winds will pick up. As you can see from the map above winds will be between 10 and 20 mph. Winds will primarily be around 15 mph. Now here is why this could be a problem. Winds will blow the snow to the point that visibility may be under a couple of miles. This could make driving difficult and even dangerous at times. Also because of the wind, temperatures will feel colder than they actually are. Peak winds will be between 11 AM and 6 PM Tuesday. So your drive home could be a little more difficult than the drive to work or school.