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Overview

A wintry storm system is developing over the Northern Rockies, and will move into our region on Monday and Tuesday. Rain and snow will begin to move in tonight and tomorrow morning. This will likely create slippery spots on roads. As temperatures fall, the precipitation will become all snow Monday night and Tuesday. This system is poorly organized, so snow accumulations will vary across the region. A general 1-3” seems likely for most areas, with locally higher amounts possible. Stay updated with WDAY/WDAZ during the next few days as weather conditions begin to change.

Evening/Tonight

Areas of fog and mist will continue through the evening and tonight. Temperatures will likely hold steady in the upper 20s and lower 30s through the night. Rain and snow will develop to the west and will begin to move in late tonight. Be aware of slippery roads in the morning.

Lows: 25°F to 33degF
Wind: SE 10-20 mph


Monday

Rain and snow will continue through much of the day, eventually becoming all snow Monday evening.

Highs: 29°F to 37°F
Wind: SE/N 10-25 mph


Extended Forecast

Periods of snow will continue through Tuesday, eventually tapering off late in the day. Snow accumulations of 1-3” seem likely, with higher amounts possible. Clouds will remain in place through Christmas Day, and flurries or light snow showers will continue to be possible Wednesday through Friday. Colder air will move in for the end of the week and into next weekend. Highs will be in the 10s, and overnight lows will fall below zero.

Make sure to check the latest road conditions if you’re travelling during the next 2 days.
- Meteorologist Aaron White
Facebook: Meteorologist Aaron White
Twitter: @AaronWhiteWDAY
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