Light Snow Returns To The Tri-State Area
Light Snow Returns To
The Tri-State Area
January 12-14, 2007
National Weather Service
Arctic air remains firmly entrenched with light snow and snow flurries continuing across the Tri State Area. Light snow accumulations of one inch or less are expected through Friday night. Periods of light snow and snow flurries will continue through Saturday with very cold temperatures and subzero wind chill values. By Saturday night, a storm system will emerge out of the Rockies bringing the potential for additional snowfall accumulations. The snow should end during the Monday morning time period.
Those planning on traveling across the High Plains region should closely monitor later forecasts and outlooks for the latest information from the National Weather Service.
Experimental Snowfall Graphic
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