“High temperatures will be more reminiscent of what we might see in February or early March,” National Weather Service warns. Yet more snowfall on the way.
Unusually strong cold front
An unusually strong cold front will dive into the region today bringing a round of strong winds and numerous rain and snow
Snow: Rain and snow showers are expected to develop over most areas by this afternoon, with even isolated thunderstorms
possible, producing pellets and lightning. Heavier snow showers, especially those in the mountains, could result in sudden slick
roadways and traffic incidents. This rain and snow shower pattern will likely occur again Friday and Saturday. Even overnight snow showers cannot be ruled out and these may produce a dusting of snow even at lower elevations.
Temperatures will plummet
* Chill: Temperatures will plummet to well below normal today through Saturday. This combined with breezy winds and showers
will make it feel rather unpleasant for those outside for extended periods of time. High temperatures will be more reminiscent of what we might see in February or early March.
Freezes are likely Friday morning and possibly again Saturday morning, so ensure your early plants and irrigation are
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