Winter Storm Persists Until the End of 2017

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Wind chills to -6º early Saturday morning continue to fall to -15º during the afternoon.

"Snow accumulations of 6" - 12" or more is possible for Bozeman and area mountain passes could see 1' to 2' feet of snow. Highs Monday will only reach a solid 5° with wind chills during the day well below 0. The snow will also be light and fluffy so snow blowing onto the roads could also be a concern. Greatest snow impacts should be along and North of I-90.

The National Weather Service is forecasting between two and three inches of snowfall in central Ohio.

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We'll barely warm up above 0 on Saturday, and highs will only be around 5 on Sunday.

Between 2-4 inches of snow is expected for coastal Southeastern Massachusetts and the Cape and Islands, with 3-6 inches possible for Outer Cape, 1-2 inches for coastal Rhode Island and CT, while a dusting to an inch is expected elsewhere along and south of the Mass Pike. However, heavier bands of snowfall may set up over the area as the system travels over Greater Lafayette. The Winter Storm Warning for Muskegon, Oceana and Mason Counties will expire at noon. See you next year.

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