11 January, 2018
Thursday, rain and freezing rain is likely, possibly mixed with snow before 11 a.m., then snow is likely, possibly mixed with freezing rain between 11 a.m. and noon. North northwest wind around 8 miles per hour. Winds will shift out of the northwest by midnight and could gust as high as 38 miles per hour. The strongest winds will be found from west central to south central Minnesota where winds could gust to 40 miles per hour.
On top of some ice accumulation, several inches of snow could fall. On Friday there is a slight chance of rain and snow in the morning. The snow could continue into Saturday as well.
Rainfall in Sacramento has totaled just 3.57 inches since the "water year" began October 1, or 45 percent of normal, and the new rainfall won't be enough to bring the region up to par. A WINTER STORM WARNING will go into effect for southeast Montana for heavier snow totals.
Sunday will be mostly sunny, with a high of 31 and low of 19.
Snow will begin in northwestern Kansas around 10 PM, with rain showers out ahead of that for central Kansas.
Drivers should use caution due to black ice on Friday and snow over the weekend. Wind chill values as low as 2. New precipitation amounts between a quarter and half of an inch possible.More news: John Dickerson Replacing Charlie Rose on 'CBS This Morning'
Northwest Montana valleys could be buried in a fresh 10 inches of new snow by Friday.
Temperatures are mostly in the 60s across Alabama this afternoon; the sky is mostly cloudy and showers are few and far between.
Martin Luther King Jr. Coupled with high winds, travel could become extremely unsafe if not impossible.
"When we have more snow, it brings more people", said resort spokeswoman Thea Hardy.
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