• FORECAST: Lowland rain, mountain snow

    By: Morgan Palmer

    Updated:
    • Mainly dry the rest of the evening
    • Showers return after midnight
    • Heavy Mountain snow

     

     

    Tonight’s Low: 38

    Sunday’s High: 43

     

    There will be some areas of light showers here and there the rest of the afternoon and evening, but you can expect to see mainly dry conditions. A new system arrives during the overnight hours that will  bring in more showers, but by late Sunday morning and into the afternoon we’ll transition into more drier conditions. The mountains are going to see the snow pile up tonight and into tomorrow. A winter storm warning takes effect tonight at 7pm and will remain in effect until tomorrow night. Snowfall amounts overnight will be anywhere from 5-10’’ of snow. Tomorrow’s amounts will be anywhere from 10-16’’!

     

    Next week:

     

    We’ll continue to see very cold air sit over us the next couple of days, with snow levels right around 500’. So there could be areas that see a wintry mix, but there won’t be much of accumulation. By the end of next week we’ll start to warm up a bit, but it’ll still  be below from where we should be for this time of year.

     

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