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Winter returns Friday

Winter returns Friday
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Winter returns Friday



Reintroduce it later in this session. From Omaha meteorologist Caitlin Harvey with your exact weather now. STCA Well still keeps things pretty quiet tonight. Mostly cloudy skies are expected here for partly cloudy conditions, as temperatures for the following hours are slowly dropping but not quite as cold as we’ve seen on the last pair of 34 nights at the moment 44 illusions low and cool. In fact, DENISON is still with lighter winds as we head into the next couple of hours expecting nightly dips down in 20s 30s lower. It’s a great start to Thursday. AM, but by afternoon in the forties and fifties high 49’s tomorrow I’m Omaha 54 Patrice and 43 in Carroll near the storm forecast model. All is well at Freddy’s and Saturday still keeps us cool all night all night and all through Thursday, sky partly clear, but the wind starts to pick up by Thursday so you fly home tomorrow. It still looks very good. In fact, you drive to work on Friday mornings is still fair. Quiet, we have a bit of dry air that any of that moisture has to reach before we see any buildup, but in the morning and even early afternoon in this predictive form, we’ve since been out. First the WINTRY mix and that’s coming up a notch or two on how this ISOI GNG is going to fall as we head into the afternoon and evening forecast models now heading a little further east we’re going to start watching this ride. And that’s where we’re going to get that buildup, especially if there’s ice under your car going home. This is 6:30 Friday. Be a little slob Still expecting a sharp cut in the eastern Missouri Main River, this snowy high tulsta lay in parts of the east. Sorry to me, western and central Iowa, some of its snow is expected to have moved by midday Saturday, but so far I’ve seen a winter storm scene in some Iowa counties from 6 a.m. to 6 a.m. Saturday 5th to 17th. 30 miles of snow potential. Guys making snow flow now as our forecast starts heading east with these snow pests, thinking we’ll be at the lower end of some three-six inch snow forecast scale still projected as 8 inches is possible in parts of Iowa. Thus, more temperatures on Fridays and Saturdays are back into the 20s and 30s and tomorrow with a bit of a breeze.

Winter returns Friday

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