Storm warning in effect until Wednesday; heavy snow expected

Storm warning in effect until Wednesday; heavy snow expected

Storm warning in effect until Wednesday; heavy snow expected

The temperature will be about 27 degrees during the day, but that will drop significantly in the evening, dropping below 10 degrees, with wind gusts has high as 30 miles per hour possible.

Roads may be snowpacked, icy and treacherous at times.

The rain will potentially reach as far north as St. Cloud and Hinckley before dancing around north of the metro through Thursday afternoon. But the snow is expected to be followed by rain.


Snow totals in western and northern Minnesota are expected to range between 6 to 12 inches, with totals possibly higher in west-central Minnesota. By tomorrow morning, areas to the north of a line stretching from Rice Lake to Iron Mountain, MI will pick up 3-5"+". Keep in mind, rain will likely fall onto the fresh snow and wash a fair amount of it away. Freezing rain in Northwest Kansas could create slick roads late Wednesday in Northwest Kansas. Highs will only be in the mid to upper 20s, with lows in the low teens. As much as three-quarters of an inch of rain could fall by Thursday night with the precipitation turning back to snow overnight and into Friday, when previously mild temperatures will plummet - bottoming out at 4 degrees early Saturday.

In Denver, Greeley, Boulder, Fort Collins and the adjacent foothills ... it will be mostly cloudy today with a chance for snow showers later in the afternoon or evening.

Heavy snow and rainstorms moving through much of the United States are predicted to create unsafe road conditions for millions of travelers heading out after Christmas.

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