The winter storm watch is in effect from 3 p.m. Wednesday through noon Thursday, the weather service said, and includes Beltrami, Cass, Hubbard and Clearwater counties, as well as the cities of Bemidji, Red Lake, Bagley, Cass Lake and Park Rapids. Little if any snow accumulation is expected. Widespread accumulations of 4 to 6 inches of new snow with 6 to 10 inches into the higher elevations is expected.
Thursday Night: Showers likely. Otherwise, cloudy, with a temperature falling to around 26 by 9 a.m.
Friday's forecast calls for mostly sunny skies with a high of 46 and an overnight low of 23. Less than a tenth of an inch of rain is likely. East wind around 6 miles per hour becoming calm after midnight. The high will be around 42, and low overnight, 17.
A slight chance of drizzle before 7pm, then a chance of rain between 7pm and 9pm, then snow after 9pm.
We project a high in the mid 60s across north and central Alabama today, about 10 degrees above average for January 10.
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Sunday, the high will be near 27 with partly sunny skies, the weather service said.
SUNDAY: Partly to mostly cloudy with snow showers. North northwest wind around 8 miles per hour.
Northwest Montana valleys could be buried in a fresh 10 inches of new snow by Friday. Windy, with a north northwest wind 18 to 28 miles per hour. Chance of precipitation is 50%.
Rain becomes widespread across the state after midnight tomorrow night and Friday as a cold front pushes through, and temperatures on Friday will fall from the 50s early in the day through the 40s during the morning hours and into the 30s by afternoon. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 67. Chance of precipitation is 90%. Temperatures this week will be a lot more moderate than last week, but moisture has returned to the atmosphere - bringing with it an increased chance of rain. Winds could gust as high as 45 miles per hour.
According to the NWS, a significant winter storm is likely to impact travel across southeast Missouri, southern IL, southwest IN, and western Kentucky starting as early as Thursday night and continuing as late as Saturday morning.