Latest Colorado Weather Forecast: Turning Colder With Snow Tomorrow

The storm stretches from the Canadian border all the way down to the Mexican border, with blizzard-like conditions from Kansas to Minnesota and strong storms with heavy rain from Texas to IL.

A snow band is forming in southeastern North Dakota and into western Minnesota and is expected to continue southeastward.

"It's going to be a mess out there", said Brad Adams, observing program leader with the National Weather Service in Sioux Falls.

Brickman says snow should taper off by Friday morning.

Right now, rain and snow falling on portions of Arizona, Idaho, Nevada, Utah and Wyoming. The heaviest snow will end late Thursday, however blowing snow may persist through Friday afternoon. Marie to North Bay may also experience a period of freezing rain or rain Thursday night and through Friday before a cold front sweeps eastward across the regions giving more snow and blowing snow.

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As much as 5 inches of rain are possible along the central Gulf Coast, while as much as 1 foot of snow could fall in the northern USA over the next three days. Snow accumulations of up to 7 inches are possible above 2,000 feet in those areas.

The winter weather advisory that had been issued for Renville and Redwood counties has expired.

The rain will potentially reach as far north as St. Cloud and Hinckley before dancing around north of the metro through Thursday afternoon.

Blustery conditions are expected to continue Friday with a north wind of 10-15 miles per hour and gusts as high as 30 miles per hour.

December temperatures have been mild, with daytime highs ranging from 19 degrees to 48 degrees and snowfall limited to a trace or less than a half-inch of snow. Highs will top out in the low-40s, but the temps will oddly continue to rise as we head through the night.

  • Douglas Reid