We will see a second day of highs in the 30s and 40s and a southwest wind 5-10 MPH under mostly sunny skies today. Then changes will take place late this week as a clipper system works through the state Thursday through Friday bringing rain, snow and strong winds. Right now we think snow accumulations will be widespread across the state but will likely be on the light end of the spectrum. With that being said…strong winds will be the main concern. Wind gusts Thursday evening through Friday will likely top 30-50 MPH, especially across the western half of the state.
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