Wintry mix Wednesday night to turn to snow on Thursday

Jan 11, 2018, 00:39
Wintry mix Wednesday night to turn to snow on Thursday

Blizzard conditions are possible in parts of the Dakotas, Nebraska, western Iowa and Minnesota.

The watch goes into effect this Friday afternoon and lasts through Saturday afternoon.

Thursday A 30 percent chance of snow before noon. It will be windy and very cold as arctic air settles in. Cloudy and cold, with a temperature falling to around 4 by 2pm. This Winter Storm Watch highlights the area of the state we are expected the most snowfall and thus highest impacts from winter weather expected late Wednesday through Thursday.

All of NE Washington is included in the Winter Storm Watch area.

StormTeam 6 will continue to track this weekend's weather and will keep you updated as the models come into better focus on what we can expect.

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Much-needed mountain snowfall will increase on Wednesday. Friday, light snow will slowly come to an end through the day.

MONDAY: Partly cloudy with increasing clouds. New snow accumulation of 2 to 4 inches possible.

Wind-driven snow is expected to be in the upper Midwest and northern Great Lakes. Blowing and drifting snow possible. Paul and Omaha, Nebraska, potentially leading to travel disruptions.

Snow levels drop once again as a cold front swings through the region Thursday night. Totals over a foot are likely in the higher terrain. Total snow accumulations of 2 to 4 inches and ice accumulations of a light glaze are possible.* WHERE.Portions of central, south central, southwest and west central Minnesota.* WHEN.From late Wednesday night through Thursday afternoon.* ADDITIONAL DETAILS.Winds gusting as high as 40 miles per hour could cause whiteout conditions in blowing snow.

The January thaw that has turned the Flathead Valley into a soupy, slushy mess is expected to give way to another shot of significant winter weather beginning Wednesday. Heavy snow and mixed precipitation is possible Friday night and Saturday, with accumulations of six to 12 inches, along with ice. Whether there are additional icy conditions from sleet or freezing rain will depend on what kind of precipitation the area gets tonight.