Storm Watch 12

StormWatch 12 Forecast

Scattered showers remain in the forecast for Saturday, with snow falling across the higher elevations.



Forecast

  • Today:  Light and isolated showers through the day. Temperatures a little cooler. Winds 5-15 out of the west or south with gusts to 25 mph. Snow levels rising from 4,500.’
  • Tonight:  Another round of rain and snow moves into the region. Snow levels falling back down to around 4,000.’ Temperatures will be a little milder overnight.
  • Tomorrow:  Rain and snow showers continue through the day. Snow levels rising from 4,000.’ Temperatures will run a little cooler. Showers will wrap up in the evening.
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StormWatch 12 Forecast

Scattered showers remain in the forecast for Saturday, with snow falling across the higher elevations.

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