Snow wraps up, wind does not

Chris Kuball
Chief Meteorologist Chris Kuball

Our Alert Day will extend into Wednesday for snow blowing around and possible travel delays as a result. As it wraps up late this evening, snow amounts are expected to come in with as little as 1″ to up to 4″ locally with higher amounts to our north and west pushing towards 8″. Wind will gust overnight and into tomorrow 30-40 mph at times. Thankfully there isn’t a deep snow pack so impacts won’t be as extreme. But blowing snow will lead to a few areas in the open with poor road conditions throughout Wednesday.

It’s cold. Temperatures are dropping steadily and will hover near 20° for Wednesday. Wind chills will be either side of zero.

In the long run, temperatures bounce around a bit. Another brief bout of snow is lining up for Friday night, in minor amounts. But some additional wind will come with it to stir up loose snow. A larger storm system is possible Monday/Tuesday next week.

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