Your Weather Authority Extended Forecast

Your Weather Authority Extended Forecast

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An Alberta clipper will give us mainly light snow this evening. This is a fast mover and I expect the snow to taper off overnight. It looks like 1-3" will accumulate by morning.

We'll get our Friday started in the middle and upper 20s. Then, an Arctic front will move through the area and that will change things. First, it could fire up a few snow showers and even a snow squall. Second, it'll usher in much colder weather will falling temperatures during the day. By late afternoon, we'll be in the teens.

The temperature tumble will continue into Saturday. I'm expecting single-digit temperatures in the morning and we'll struggle to reach the upper teens in the afternoon. Let's not forget about the wind. At times, wind chills will be in the single digits.

As we head into Sunday night and Monday morning, we'll be tracking another winter storm. The track is key to our weather. Right now, one of our computer models says we'll get some light snow. The other says we'll have nothing at all. Needless to say, keep checking back here for updates.

Regardless of what happens, the early part of next week will be very cold. Highs on Monday and Tuesday will be in the teens. Lows will be in the single digits, if not below zero.

A little warm up is in store on Wednesday ahead of the next storm system. Right now, Wednesday could give us some snow shower or even steadier snow. It's way too early to make any formal call on this one. By Thursday, that system is gone and we're back to the cold. Very cold.

--Chief Meteorologist Josh Hodell
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