Quiet day before system brings accumulating snow

Another active week
Published: Oct. 19, 2020 at 7:19 AM EDT
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Scattered snow showers will be around the westerly wind belts today. Then, an area of low pressure will bring accumulating snow starting tomorrow late in the day. Amounts will range 1-3″ for the central and west with locally higher amounts in higher elevations. Then, it transitions to a mix by Wednesday morning. Another system moves in Thursday into Friday, but this one will mainly bring widespread rain.

Today: Sunshine early and turning cloudy by the afternoon. A few scattered snow showers along the west wind belts

Highs: Upper 30s west, low 40s elsewhere

Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with snow moving in out west late afternoon and spreading east during the evening

Highs: Low to mid-40s

Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with lingering rain/snow mix during the morning

Highs: Low to mid-40s

Thursday: Cloudy with scattered rain showers becoming widespread by the evening and overnight

Highs: Mid 40s

Friday: Rain early in the morning. Otherwise, mostly cloudy with snow showers developing along the west/northwest wind belts. Temps falling throughout the day

Highs: Mid 40s (early on )

Saturday: Partly to mostly cloudy with snow showers along the northwest belts

Highs: Mainly 30

Sunday: Cloudy with snow showers

Highs: Low to mid-30s

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