A second storm system moves through quickly on Friday morning with 1-4 inches of new snow in the central and northern mountains along with gusty winds of 30-60 miles per hour. North northwest wind around 8 miles per hour.
While the snowfall would be the most the area's seen this winter, it's the high winds that will follow that could make travel treacherous for the Thursday afternoon commute. South wind 13 to 17 miles per hour.
Numerous counties in central in will be under a Winter Weather Watch from Thursday night until 1 a.m. on Saturday, including Marion County.
On top of some ice accumulation, several inches of snow could fall.
A blustery northwest wind may have gusts as high as 25 miles per hour adding to the bite of the plummeting air temperatures. On Friday there is a slight chance of rain and snow in the morning.
Thursday - A chance of rain, mainly after noon.
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By nightfall, rain and freezing rain is likely, potentially mixed with snow before 9 p.m. Wednesday. New precipitation amounts of less than a tenth of an inch possible.
With a stiff north wind, wind chills will dip to as low as -20° in some spots.
Rawlins says some rain is possible on Tuesday evening before the colder air arrives, but expects a quick changeover from rain to all snow.
Mostly cloudy, with a low around -2.
A return to cold days and nights is expected through the weekend and into the early part of next week with highs of zero or 3 or 4 degrees. Outside of this narrow corridor, 2 to 4 inches are expected by Thursday afternoon.Strong northwest winds will develop late Wednesday night and continue through Thursday. Southeast wind at 10 miles per hour.
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