LIGHT SNOW TONIGHT … AND NOTHING LIKE THIS! – New Year’s Eve revelers can expect only light snow showers or flurries Monday night (Dec. 31, 2012), with temperatures dipping to a low of about 29 degrees, weather forecasters predicted early Monday morning. Winds, which during the just-ended weekend gusted to more than 40 mph locally, will have sufficiently calmed to about 8 mph. That’s a dramatic change from what Sanatoga area residents experienced Saturday (Dec. 29), when about 3 inches of snow blanketed the area, and made driving slippery and treacherous on U.S. Route 422. Traffic moved at a crawl westbound near the Sanatoga interchange, and several accidents were reported along the highway.