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Snow Expected On Monday

February 21, 2014, 5:19 PM by Grant Smith

Snow Expected On Monday

It should be a dry weekend followed by a messy drive to work on Monday.

A significant winter weather event will blow into KELOLAND just in time for the start of next week.  It could bring two to three inches of snow to much of the state.

Computer models have cold air coming down Saturday and staying Sunday. Then a low pressure will come out of Montana and move northeast. This low pressure will be the trigger needed to fire up a storm. 

Ahead of the low, southerly winds will add moisture. That moisture will fuel the storm, and since temperatures will already be well below freezing, it will mostly likely fall as snow.

Now this forecast is still two days out and a lot can change but this kind of set up is worth keeping an eye on.

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