More snow, cold weather expected this week

Marsha Scott
April 5, 2018

There is even a chance for a thunderstorm in some locations during the early to mid-afternoon hours when the cold front moves through.

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The model also shows that Bozeman could get close to 16 inches of snow and Livingston could see nearly 13 inches. You will also want to keep a warm coat handy because high temps will be at least 20 degrees below normal and there will be a noticeable breeze out of the northwest.

The National Weather Servicve says snow across central Minnesota today and southeast Minnesota, and western Wisconsin tonight and tomorrow. "I mean we can get snow around here at the end of May". St Marys, Wapakoneta and Botkins picked up around 3 inches and most of the central and southern Miami Valley received about 1 to 2 inches of snow.

The weather service said the overnight low Friday into early Saturday could drop into the midteens.

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For the record, the latest date for measurable snow in Philadelphia is April 27, set in 1967, when one-tenth of an inch was measured.

Part of the Polar Vortex will remain anchored near Hudson Bay in Canada through this weekend, AccuWeather said. At times though, the snow and possibly a wintry mix of sleet and snow will be falling faster than it can melt. Rowland and other forecasters believe it might take until the third week of April for a consistent pattern of spring weather to arrive.

Saturday, the high will be near 38 with mostly sunny skies, the weather service said.

Cool air is sticking around from yesterday, making a chilly start to the morning with single digits and teens and feels like temperatures below zero in some areas. Friday could see a high of 44 degrees during the day and a low of 34 at night. The heaviest snow accumulations will occur between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m.

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