Updated Thursday Evening Forecast — January 11th, 2018

TONIGHT: Cloudy staying mild. Periods of rain…developing after midnight. Slight risk of icy spots on back gravel roads. A low 40 to 45. South winds 10 to 20 mph.

TOMORROW: Gray. Periods of rain occasionally moderate, blustery at times. Areas of fog. Milder with a high in the low 50s. South winds 10 to 25 mph gust over 40 mph across elevated terrain.

Winter Storm Warning 7 PM Friday through 4 PM Saturday…

FRIDAY NIGHT: Periods of rain, freezing rain with ice accumulation transitioning to a “wintry mix of sleet and eventually snow moderate at times. Multiple precipitation types may be excessive creating very poor travel. Sharply colder! Temperatures falling into the low 20s to upper teens. Northwest winds 10 to 15 mph.

SATURDAY: Overcast with a sleety-snowfall. Accumulations 3 to locally 7”. Snowfall likely more northern and western areas up to locally 12”. Temperatures falling through the teens. Northwest winds 10 to 20 mph lowering wind chills.

Looking further Ahead…

SATURDAY NIGHT: Leftover snow showers and flurries exiting in the evening to partial clearing. A low zero to 5 below.

SUNDAY: Mostly sunny but much colder. A high 5 to 10 above.

MONDAY: Mostly sunny with some high clouds. Frigid. A low 5 to 15 below. A high in around 10 above.

TUESDAY: Partial morning sun then clouding up with a chance for flurries late. A low around zero. A high moderating back into the 20s.

WEDNESDAY: Gray. Chance for snow and a risk for mixed precipitation. A low in the teens. A high in the 20s.

Average lows in the single digits above zero. Normal highs in the 20s.

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