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Several rounds of wet weather moving through islands this week

05 April 2018

Areas impacted: Livingston to Billing to Miles City. It'll produce some light snow from SE Montana to southwestern South Dakota. Thursday looks cool and dry. And a High Wind Warning with gusts maxing out around 60 miles per hour is in place throughout northern NY and southern Vermont, west into New Hampshire.

Wednesday should be slightly cooler, in the mid-60s, but clear.

FRIDAY: Mostly cloudy and turning breezy; a rain or snow shower in the morning; milder, brighter afternoon.

Winter Weather Hanging On
A strong cold front looks to pass through the area bringing us a good chance for showers and even a few strong to severe storms. Despite the snow coming to an end, sloppy road conditions will continue into the morning hours and impact the morning commute.

Saturday morning will be quite cold with lows in the mid-20s.

It won't be the kind of day where the high and low happen at the usual times. Our next low is knocking on the door by Friday.

A wind advisory has be issued for areas adjacent and south of large water bodies this morning. Scattered rain changing to snow overnight and continue throughout the day Thursday. The snow line will come down to 1,000 metres as the weather turns changeable.

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As far as the winds go, however, Monday's Force 2 winds will quickly be increasing to Forces 4, 5 and even 6 on Wednesday. By early afternoon on Saturday, the skies will clear and it will be downright chilly with highs not reaching 70 degrees and overnight lows not getting above 50. Over the weekend the Continental Divide will probably see a large amount of rain and snow move through with Sunday the better day for the Pikes Peak region to grab a few spotty showers. Lows 42-44 inland, 46-48 beaches.

Plus, you'll still be able to salvage the second half of the weekend, as sun returns for Sunday - although it will still be a little cool.

Although some uncertainty exists, a few severe storms with damaging winds and large hail will be possible Friday and Friday night.

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Several rounds of wet weather moving through islands this week