Peta's Forecast - Weekend Rain and Snow Mix

Peta's Forecast - Weekend Rain and Snow Mix

Cold Air Settles In For The Week Ahead

If you're not a fan of cold weather, stick around, we'll be back in the 60s for the end of the week.

The first substantial wave of moisture is projected spread across Northern California after 8pm tonight. Those pesky breezes NW 7-17 miles per hour will gust 20-25 miles per hour at times making our highs in the low and mid 30s feel like teens and 20s most of the day.

The scattered snow showers stick with us into tomorrow. Snow levels will begin around 7,400' in the morning then falling to 4,300' in the evening. Less than an inch of snow will be possible across Eastern Nebraska and Western Iowa. The majority of the showers will be in the mountains on Wednesday. Wednesday will have a mix of clouds and sun with cooler temperatures in the low 40s.

Peta's Forecast - Weekend Rain and Snow Mix

It's cold and a little bit snowy out there this morning with a few pockets of flurries and light snow.

We are getting a break from the snow tonight. The heaviest precipitation from the second system will likely occur on Thursday, with showers becoming more scattered on Friday.

After another beautifully sunny weekend, snow chances have returned, along with windy weather and even colder temperatures through mid-week. We will be into the mid 40s on Saturday and we should hit 50 degrees Sunday.

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