Additional Snowfall for the Tri State Area
For The Tri-State Area
January 5, 2007...9:00am MST
National Weather Service
LIGHT SNOW WILL CONTINUE ACROSS THE TRI STATE REGION THIS MORNING INTO THE EARLY EVENING HOURS. SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS OF 1 TO 3 INCHES WILL BE POSSIBLE. MOTORISTS SHOULD EXERCISE CAUTION AS PRIMARY AND SECONDARY ROADWAYS...INCLUDING INTERSTATE 70 MAY BECOME SLICK AT TIMES. NORTHERLY WINDS WILL INCREASE LATER THIS MORNING INTO THE AFTERNOON HOURS...CREATING AREAS OF BLOWING SNOW AT TIMES. VISIBILITY WILL BE LIMITED TO UNDER TWO MILES AT TIMES. THE MAJORITY OF SNOW WILL SHIFT EAST OF THE AREA LATER TONIGHT.
Experimental Snowfall Graphic
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