Good Wednesday morning! Many of us are waking up to pretty large snow drifts in our driveways and roads! Strong winds overnight are slowly tapering throughout. Blowing and drifting snow will not be as much of a concern today. Light snow will taper but not without leaving an additional inch to two inches. Expect mostly scattered and isolated snow into the afternoon. Highs today will only warm by a degree or two and into the upper 20s, to around 30. Wind stays out of the north 10-20 mph with the occasional wind gust to 20 and 25 mph.
Tonight, slightly cooler with many teens and 20s for lows. A few isolated and lingering snow showers are possible. Thursday, mostly cloudy skies with highs returning to the mid to upper 20s. Lighter wind out of the northwest.. A similar forecast for Friday.
Right now, the next best chance for snow will come Saturday evening with light accumulation. The highlight in the long term with be the drastic downturn in daytime highs next week. More details to come, stay tuned!
-Amber Wheeler, KX Weather