Snow, Blizzard Conditions Expected as Storm Progresses

В США бушует снежный шторм есть погибшие

В США бушует снежный шторм есть погибшие

That's the word from the staff at the National Weather Service's Hastings Forecast Office, which provided a briefing Wednesday afternoon and subsequent updates later in the day on the rain, snow, ice and wind event that began Wednesday and was expected to continue affecting their forecast region - much of central Nebraska and northern Kansas - through much of today. Both the Thursday evening and Friday morning commute could be hard, the weather service is reporting.

Forecasters say a post-Christmas winter storm could dump more than a foot of snow on parts of the Dakotas and Minnesota in the next several days. Folks farther north that have some snow to start will see this change over to rain as we head through the morning.

Sustained winds of 15-30 miles per hour with gusts ranging between 40 and 60 miles per hour are anticipated in part of the snowfall area. The snow will continue into Friday over parts of the Upper Midwest and Ontario, Canada.

According to the National Weather Service, Northland snow totals as of noon generally ranged from 18 inches near Finland to 10 inches near Silver Bay to about 1.5 inches east of Superior, where some of the precipitation fell as rain. Snow of 3-5 inches was anticipated overnight Wednesday and another 3-5 inches is possible during the day Thursday.

The winter storm warning extends south of St. Cloud.

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Saturday will be sunny and chilly with single-digit morning temperatures and afternoon highs in the 20s and low 30s. Expect extensive blowing and drifting of snow.

There is a slight chance for a snow shower on Friday across the Front Range and a 2-6 inches of snow south of Interstate 70 in the mountains on Thursday night into Friday.

For those still digging out, Sunday could provide a high of 27 degrees beneath partly cloudy skies before colder conditions return for year's end.

It will be a colder day with highs reaching about 30 degrees with a nasty north wind of 15-30 miles per hour. Low temperatures stayed slightly above and below zero through the middle of January.

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