A dynamic storm system is impacting the United States this week bringing heavy snow from Texas to Maine and severe weather in the southeast.

This storm will bring another round of winter weather to the Valley.

Locally, the snow will begin across our area around 4-5 AM Wednesday. Snowfall rates of 1 inch per hour will be common between 5 AM and 9 AM. Snow will begin to mix with sleet/freezing rain before eventually changing to rain by noon.

What are the expected snowfall totals?

Right now, the forecast is for 2-4 inches of heavy, wet snow to fall during the morning hours on Wednesday. Some locations could see up to 4 inches depending on how long the changeover to snow takes. You can see the expected snowfall totals from the future snowfall tracker for Wednesday morning below:

Future snowfall totals through Wednesday at 10 PM.

Right now, the snow is forecasted to start around 5 AM on Wednesday morning and last through about 2 p.m. on Wednesday. The heaviest of the snow will likely fall between 5 a.m. and 9 a.m.

Local road impact timeline for tomorrow.

This story will be updated, but stay tuned to the Storm Team 27 Forecast for the latest updates.