ALERT DAY: Snow Likely with Temperatures Dropping -Derek Sibley
Snow is likely to spread across most of our area today with temperatures dropping throughout the day too.
Low-Pressure System Brings Snow
An Alberta Clipper will move through the upper plains and Midwest today. This system will spawn snow across many locations including us in western Wisconsin today and this evening.
Today’s Planner: Snow Likely & Cold. High 24. Winds ENE 10-15 MPH
Scattered snow showers are likely to move into the area from the west later this morning. A steadier snow is likely to develop and spread across most of our area later this afternoon before tapering off by this evening. Temperatures will be dropping into the teens throughout the day.
Snowfall Accumulations Likely
Good snowfall totals are likely mainly along and west of the Mississippi River today and this evening. Snow totals of 4-6in+ are likely for southeastern Minnesota and northeastern Iowa, 1-3in for the central zones, and up to a coating for the eastern zones. Localized higher amounts of snow are possible.
Next 8 Days
Will see a break in the snow on Saturday, followed by a better chance of snow again on Sunday. Next week will start cloudy with highs in the 30s for Monday and Tuesday, followed by highs dropping to the teens later in the week. Lows in the teens and single digits.
Meteorologist Derek Sibley
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