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Liz Whalley, KDLT Meteorologist
We've had a pleasant couple of days with temperatures well above normal (and freezing) which has helped melt away much of the snow that's still on the ground. Unfortunately, more snow is in the forecast beginning tomorrow and continuing throughout Monday.
Overnight temperatures will dip into the mid 20s under mostly cloudy skies.
Our next winter storm will push into much of the area beginning Sunday afternoon. Areas across the southwest could begin to see snow in the morning hours. A Winter Storm Watch and Winter Storm Warning have been issued for the area starting early Sunday through Monday evening. Highs will top out around 37 degrees. As the system continues to push north we will see heavier snow begin to fall Sunday night into Monday morning. The wind will also pick up overnight and create areas of blowing/drifting snow and low visibility. Snow will start to taper off by Monday evening. Accumulations of a 6 to 8 inches of snow area possible across the tri-state area, with areas receiving locally higher amounts.
Once we get through Sunday and Monday, the rest of the week will stay quiet until our next chance of snow comes back for the weekend.
Partly cloudy on Tuesday and Wednesday with highs in the upper 20s.
33 and mostly sunny on Thursday.
Mild on Friday. The high 36.
We could see another round of snow for Saturday with highs in the upper 20s.