Winter storm expected to hit Thursday

Winter comes roaring back with snow, blizzard conditions in the forecast

Boone County area in storm watch Wednesday night

DE is likely to an icy evening commute as a warmer storm visits the area on Monday. That will lead to rapidly dropping temperatures to the low teens by Thursday afternoon and strong northwest winds of 15 to 25 miles per hour. Wind chill values as low as -19.

A Winter Storm Watch means there is potential for significant snow, sleet, or ice accumulations that may impact travel.

The more severe parts of the storm have moved east, threatening to dump 4-6 inches of snow on northwestern Iowa.

The storm is expected to roll out in two phases, with the first phase starting Wednesday.

The National Weather Service has put out winter storm watches, warnings, and advisories for areas from MS to the central Plains and the Rockies.

A strip of moderate snow totals (locally 6 inches or more) is possible over the High Plains of eastern Montana, as well as a swath from eastern Nebraska to northwest Iowa, Minnesota, northwest Wisconsin and the western Upper Peninsula of MI.

CANADIAN: Rain changes to sleet late afternoon Friday and then to snow by early evening. In the mountains, wind gusts could reach 50 miles per hour. The statement says that the brunt of the storm will occur Tuesday night, with up to a foot of snow possible atop Rendezvous Mountain at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Areas of blowing snow. Rapidly accumulating snow could make travel hard in some locations. Continue to monitor Channel 8 Eyewitness News weather forecasts for the the latest forecasts. There is still some uncertainty on how much and where the heaviest snow will fall. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 6.

A winter storm is bringing rain and high winds to San Diego County Tuesday but some communities may see showers beginning Monday.

WHERE.Wabasha and Dodge County.

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