YOUR FIRST ALERT FORECAST FROM THERESA BRYANT
***FIRST ALERT DAY: THIS EVENING***
A WINTER STORM WARNING will be in effect until 10 PM.
Mother Nature has put us on blast over the past 24 hours as a major winter storm moved through the upper Midwest. Snow will continue to fall through this evening, but will diminish in coverage and intensity over the next few hours. Final accumulations are expected to range from 7” to 12”+ along and north of I-80, and 3” to 7” in some of our southern counties. Blustery winds out of the east could produce some blowing and drifting snow, along with compromised visibility. Snow covered roads will make travel difficult at best this evening. Look for skies becoming partly cloudy late tonight, with lows in the 20’s. Some sunshine returns for your Sunday, with rain chances and highs back in the 50’s next week.
TONIGHT: Snow ending, then partly cloudy. Low: 24°. Wind: E 10 -15 mph.
SUNDAY: Partly cloudy to mostly sunny, breezy and cool. High: 40°. Wind: E 5 -15 mph.
SUNDAY NIGHT: Increasing cloudiness. Low: 30°.
MONDAY: Cloudy with a good chance for rain developing during the day. High: 48°.