Wednesday Morning Forecast, February 26, 2014

Areas of early snow then cold and breezy.
Updated Wednesday Morning, February 26th
Reported by Meteorologist Regina Miller

Early areas of snow are causing fresh coatings to an inch or two across the region.  Allow extra time this morning.  Once the front moves through, it will be breezy and cold with clouds breaking for some sun and a leftover snow shower around into the midday.  Highs will range from the mid to upper teens in the northwest to around 20 to the southeast.  Winds will gust to 15-25 mph into this afternoon. Tonight will be mainly clear and very cold with lows in the single digits.  Another front moves through for Thursday.  It will be partly sunny with a band of snow showers as the front crosses which could put down a sudden coating of snow. It will also be windy with gust to 40 mph possible.  High pressure behind the front will make for a very cold night with lows in the single digits on Thursday night.  Friday will be partly sunny.  Temps will only be in the mid to upper teens to around 20 in the southeastern valleys.  The next disturbance will bring snow showers on Saturday.  Temps will be slightly warmer, rising into the upper 20s to near 30.  The next system may bring a more significant wintry mix or snow by late Sunday through Monday, but it's just too early to know exactly the track of that system and a small change in the track could mean a lot in the type of precipitation a locations receives.
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