Saturday, April 4, 2009


Lance Ryan

KCRG-TV9 First Alert Weather on Twitter

The ingredients are coming together for a potent winter storm to cross the state with a plethora of precipitation over the course of the next 48 hours. Everything from rain and thunderstorms to snow and sleet is expected to fall.

Today will likely stay dry for most, but look for rain or a rain/snow mix to develop tonight and then change completely over to snow and sleet on Sunday. The snow will be heavy at times on Sunday and the addition of strong winds will cause periodic whiteout conditions. You may want to reconsider travel plans for tomorrow.

The heaviest snow accumulations of 6 inches or more are expected north of Highway 20 while 3 to 6 inches will be possible between Highway 20 and I-80.

However, any shift in the track of the storm may mean more or less snow for your area so please keep abreast of the latest forecast updates. Click here for the latest watches and warnings.

Updated: 8:00 AM 4/4/09

No comments: