Super Bowl Sunday’s storm will be followed by a big change: Here’s when the snow will arrive

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A new winter storm that will bring snow accumulation to parts of the region will cause a big change in weather patterns.

To see the expected arrival times for the Super Bowl storm snowfall on Sunday, February 13, click on the first image above.

The light blue areas in the first image above are expected to see between 1 and 3 inches of snowfall on Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 13, according to AccuWeather.com. Some southernmost areas (darker blue), could see 3 to 6 inches. (Click on the second image above.)

The storm system is expected to move south to north starting Sunday after midnight. with snow becoming likely before daybreak and continuing late into the morning Sunday, according to the National Weather Service.

The arrival of the storm will be marked by the big change in the form of a dramatic drop in temperatures.

Sunday’s high temperature will struggle to reach freezing point with wind chill values ​​between 20 and 25 degrees.

The overnight low temperature from Sunday evening to Monday morning February 14 will fall into the mid-teens with single-digit wind chill values.

Monday will be mostly sunny and chilly with high temperatures in the mid-20s, and Valentine’s Day evening will be clear and chilly with the night trough falling in the teens.

There are still uncertainties about the potential strength and track of the storm.

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