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December 24, 2010 03:46 PM

Storm Center Update - Friday PM

Quiet conditions have now settled in to KELOLAND for the rest of our holiday weekend. We ended up with a pretty decent blanket of fresh snow to welcome Santa tonight. Generally we had 1-4 inches of snow in eastern KELOLAND but a few isolated pockets picked up 5-6 inches. Tonight will be a little cloudy and maybe even a little foggy across the west. Temperatures will be cold but its nothing Santa can’t handle.

For Christmas day we can expect clouds to start the day before peaks of sun break out late day. Temperatures will be a bit cooler with highs in the teens to 20s across most of the state. Sunday also looks cold with more sunshine.

For the week ahead we get a nice quiet start with a mostly dry Monday through Wednesday. Temperatures will steadily warm as well. The models are then hinting at a pretty significant snow system for the end of the week into the weekend. It is looking likely that someone in the upper Midwest will end up with feet (that’s plural) of snow on the ground. Stay tuned!

Merry Christmas!

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