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Strong storm developing, rain or snow?

A gathering storm…
A weak weather system deposited light amounts of light snow and drizzle last night and today. After some slipperiness, temperatures warmed up enough to solve that issue. Fog developed and stuck around because of light winds and plenty of moisture.

Foggy overnight…
Excess moisture and cooler temperatures overnight will mean continued fog, and the potential for slippery areas as we approach 32 degrees. That would mostly likely occur in some higher elevations, so be prepared if you are planning to drive tonight.

Another storm for mid-week…
A stronger low pressure system will move into the center of the country Wednesday night and Thursday. It will have plenty of moisture and should produce heavier rainfall. Colder air will likely stay to our northwest, so we will see rain instead of snow. Over an inch could fall and contribute local ponding of water and river rises.

The week finishes dry and pleasant…
A new weather pattern will develop for Friday through next Monday, and it will feature pleasant weather for the duration.

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Have a great evening! -Stormtracker 19 Chief Meteorologist Dan Breeden

Dan Breeden

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