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Winter Storm Warning for central Kansas Thursday morning
13 Enero 2018, 10:17 | Crisanna Felipe
Credit National Weather Service Paducah
The National Weather Service has issued a WINTER STORM WARNING for Central Montana through Noon on Friday. Total snow accumulations of 3 to 5 inches and ice accumulations of a light glaze are possible. Areas expecting 4 to 7 inches of precipitation include Chittenden, Franklin, Grand Isle and Orleans counties, according to the National Weather Service. Cold air will be pushing in, but the hard factor will be how long the moisture lingers. Colder air will slowly invade during the course of the morning changing rain over the freezing rain, sleet, and then possibly some snow to end.
FRIDAY: Rain showers are expected to transition to a wintry mix and snow by late in the day and into Friday night, as temperatures cool through the day, after a cold front moves through Kentucky Friday morning. That's not encouraging news if you plan to travel this weekend so it might be best to get out earlier Friday morning before the real inclement weather ensues.
Snow and ice will spread east into the Ohio Valley, Tennessee Valley and eastern Great Lakes into Friday. Lows Thursday and Friday night will be well below zero. The pink indicates a freezing rain, sleet, and snow mixture. A wintry mix of light freezing rain, sleet, and snow is expected behind the cold front.
From Kentucky to OH, the accumulations will be higher, with most areas seeing anywhere from 4 to 6 inches.
This is a system that Storm Team 27 is watching closely.
Slide from NWS conference call Credit via National Weather Service Paducah Slide from NWS conference call Credit via National Weather Service Paducah
Ice expands to areas such as Hopkinsville, Clarksville, and Ashland City before 12 p.m. Turning colder through the day.
Rain before noon, then rain, snow, freezing rain, and sleet between noon and 3pm, then snow and freezing rain after 3pm.
Temperatures haven't set a record (yet), but we should remain in the mid-50s through midnight. Visibility is expected to be very poor since 45 miles per hour wind gusts will be possible blowing the snow around.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 32. This will be a very wet snow, making it very heavy and more hard to shovel.
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After all, this was essentially a second SEC championship game with the Bulldogs facing the Crimson Tide instead of Auburn. As Tagovailoa chipped away at Georgia's lead, his family watched, with plenty of excitement, and no shortage of confidence.
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