Snow/Rain Continues Tonight, Rain Coming For All Thursday Afternoon

Good evening, everyone! Tonight expect snow to continue over the interior, with a mix of snow and rain continuing near the coast. Any interior southern areas seeing rain still will switch over to full snow in the coming hours. The overall snow map posted yesterday should still be mostly on track, however some interior central portions may see slightly less than that. Interior areas should expect locally slippery conditions through 8 AM Wednesday. Lows will range from 29 to 38 degrees.

Wednesday expect snow showers to change to rain showers and continue for much of the day. It will be mostly cloudy. High temperatures will range from 39 to 48 degrees.

Wednesday night snow showers will continue north but much of the area will remain dry. It will remain cloudy. Lows will range from 28 to 37 degrees.

Thursday morning will start off dry but mostly cloudy. Rain will push into southern areas later in the morning/early on in the afternoon. Precipitation may start as a brief period of sleet across the mountains, but should go over to rain by late afternoon/early evening. Rain will be moderate to at times heavy Thursday afternoon. High temperatures will range from 35 to 44 degrees.

Rain, heavy at times, will continue across the area Thursday night. Everyone will see rain, including the mountains. Many areas will see above an inch of rain between Thursday afternoon and Thursday night. This will allow for an elevated small stream/river flood risk, especially across interior and northern areas. Low temperatures Thursday night will range from 39 to 43 degrees.

Rain should push east of the area Friday morning. Overall an inch or so of rain is expected for much of the area, with locally higher amounts towards 2 inches possible. This will cause scattered flooding concerns, especially for interior western and northern areas, which haven’t seen much rain since January and have quite a bit of snow on the ground.

Updated 5 PM Tue 4/4/17

Have a great evening and remember it could be slick in spots over interior zones tomorrow morning!

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