Winter storm to bring plummeting temperatures and snow to Heartland

  • Winter storm to bring plummeting temperatures and snow to Heartland

Winter storm to bring plummeting temperatures and snow to Heartland

The weather service reported snowfall amounts of 0.8 of an inch in Hastings, 0.2 of an inch in Greeley, 1.8 inches in Kearney area, 0.8 of an inch in Osceola and an inch in Ravenna.

Tonight: Partly cloudy and seasonably cold. Another weather system may bring a chance of a few showers Monday afternoon and evening.

Friday - Rain likely before noon, then snow. That follows a general warm-up in the region, with Bemidji hitting 33 degrees on Tuesday. A better chance for rain will develop for Friday, with rain transitioning to a wintry mix Friday night and to snow for Saturday.

The Upper Dublin School District in Montgomery County dismissed students beginning at 11:30 a.m. A winter weather advisory is in effect from through 9 p.m. North wind 5 to 10 miles per hour becoming light in the afternoon. There will be a 30 percent chance for snow after midnight.

Once the transition to snow is complete, it will keep going right through the morning before eventually ending for the afternoon. Low around 3 below.

Bundle up! Arctic air is blowing into Houston, and Meteorologist Travis Herzog says wind chills are dipping into the low 20s as winds gust over 30 miles per hour.

Monday, Martin Luther King Day: A 40 percent chance of snow before noon. New snow accumulation of less than one inch possible.

Tuesday, a chance of snow showers.

Friday Night Mostly cloudy, with a low around 8. Wind chill values as low as -20. North to northeast winds 10-15 miles per hour.

Thursday night: Mostly clear, with a low around 21 below. South winds gusting to 35 miles per hour will bring in temperatures in the upper 40s close to 50 degrees.

Friday: A 30 percent chance of snow after noon. Partly sunny, with a high near 51. At times winds could be gusting near 25 miles per hour.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy skies and above average temperatures develop, with a milder low temperature of 52 degrees.