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Detailed Forecast for Dec. 23, 2016

Our next winter storm is already on its way as it brings quite a bit of snow for the Christmas weekend. Temps will begin to warm as the snow moves in and then drop again by Christmas Day and into the beginning of next week. Friday, Mostly cloudy skies but fairly quiet to start. Snow starting to move in late in the afternoon but especially by dinner time and overnight. If traveling, leave earlier rather than later. Road conditions deteriorating rapidly as snow arrives. Chance of snow 50%. Tonight, overcast with periods of heavy snow likely! Winds picking up a bit from the southwest at 10-20mph so blowing snow will be a concern for some areas. Dangerous road conditions expected. Stay off the roads unless it is an emergency! Chance of snow 100%. Christmas Eve, Snow likely with a wintry mix developing in areas off towards the south and lower valleys. Cloudy, with a high near 32°. Chance of precipitation is 100%. Christmas Day, scattered snow showers with highs into the lower 20’s. Chance of snow 80%. Monday, Colder with some drier weather working in. Partly to mostly cloudy with highs into the mid to upper teens.

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