Alberta Clipper leads the charge Friday

It’s a narrower window than Wednesday’s snow. Early Friday morning to mid-day will be the timeframe to watch for another inch to inch and a half of snow. But added to the equation this time will be a stronger wind that changes from south to northwest through the day. Gusts will reach around 35 mph. With that, some blowing and drifting snow is expected in the open.

On the travel scene, it’s an amount that can slicken up roads. Conditions will likely be worst in wind prone areas. Thankfully, the visibility isn’t expected to drop significantly.