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Little to no accumulation through Sunday and cooler below normal temps expected this week

 

Snow accumulations have been lighter than originally anticipated and will remain to be light the remainder of the evening through tomorrow.

Any accumulation will generally be minor about an inch or less.

Accumulations in northeastern portions of the state will be higher.

Things to still watch: visibility and roadways as we head into the evening.

Heavier bands of snow could make visibility fall pretty fast and as temperatures start to drop and roadways cool down below freezing, wet roadways can become slippery.

On Sunday afternoon, high temperatures will remain a few degrees below normal in the upper 20s and lower 30s. We also could possibly see some lingering flurries on Sunday, especially early.

Sunshine returns on Tuesday but temperatures will remain below average this week with overnight low temperatures dropping into the teens and even the single digits.

Kasey Herman

Kasey Herman

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