EYEWITNESS WEATHER (WBRE/WYOU) — Periods of snow and a wintry mix will continue throughout the area this morning before tapering off to flurries and snow showers for the afternoon.

Untreated roadways will be slick, so allow some extra travel time. Additional accumulations will range between 1-3″ with locally higher amounts possible. It will be windy with highs in the upper 30s. Overnight will be quiet with a mostly cloudy sky, but windy. Lows fall into the upper 20s. 

Elevations should still expect to get 3-5″ of snow, while the valleys could see coatings to 3″ of snow.

This system will be very mixing-dependent with melting layers likely to cause havoc with snow totals in many spots.

The northern tier could also see some higher totals with spots getting more than 5-6″. Keep in mind these totals include snow that will fall on Monday as well. Some icy spots will also be possible at elevation thanks to the colder temperatures and conditions for freezing rain.

Wind gusts will increase in the afternoon as the drier air starts to filter in. Lows will drop down to the mid-20s Monday night.

Tuesday will offer more clouds than sunshine and it will be windy. Highs in the upper 30s. Our next winter storm arrives Wednesday with periods of snow developing before changing over to a wintry mix by the evening.

Before the changeover, a few inches of snow will be likely. It will be windy with highs in the upper 30s to 40. The wintry mix will change to rain Wednesday night.

As colder air wraps around the storm system Thursday, there will be some lingering flurries and snow showers. Highs in the upper 30s. Cloud cover will be tough to break between Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Highs will remain near average in the mid to upper 30s. 

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