Published: Sun, January 13, 2019
Global | By Craig Ferguson

Snowy Weekend On The Way, 2-4 Inches Expected

Snowy Weekend On The Way, 2-4 Inches Expected

A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for counties south of 36 Highway, including Platte, Clinton, Caldwell, and Livingston. The heaviest snowfall is predicted in the pink area of the image above. Temperatures dip into the lower 20s to near 20 degrees. The advisories are in effect from 6 p.m. Saturday to 6 p.m. Sunday. Minor accumulations are possible, with the higher amounts closest to the southwest along the Mason-Dixon Line and a coating to nothing along the north and east.

Tomorrow night: Cloudy. Wind: N 5-15.

Thu: High: 42 Low: 26 Mostly cloudy to partly cloudy.

Boulder didn't see any snow overnight but could get up to six inches today, according to the National Weather Service. Colder pavement temperatures will also create several slick spots on untreated roads.

Snow will continue through Saturday morning with activity starting to diminish during the afternoon. Heaviest snow from 7 p.m. through 2 a.m. on Sunday.

Visibility in most of the snow-hit areas will be near one-quarter mile, the National Weather Service forecast.

Snow will exit Western Kansas early in the day Saturday with the majority of the snow leaving North and South Central by the early afternoon. Calling for most to see between 2-4 inches of snow.

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