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The snow and rain is on its way rather you like it or not. Snow and rain is currently back to our west, but not for long.
As you head out the door tomorrow. Expect the rain and snow to greet you at the door. Snow will stay mostly along and north of I-70 in the morning. Some snow and rain could be steady at times. The snow and rain will then taper off going into the afternoon. More scattered snow will move back into the area later in the afternoon into the evening. Also, everyone could see snow the second time around. The second round of snow will continue into Friday evening as said earlier, and then into Saturday morning before tapering off.
Not looking at much snow accumulations from this system. The very northern part of the area could see a dusting to around 0.06″ of snow by Saturday night.
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