Suchan Says: Colder, Windy and Early Flurries

Radar

Flurries and snow showers possible overnight

A reality check sets in tonight through Wednesday as gusty northwest winds behind the departing storm usher in colder than normal temperatures.  We also may start with a few early snow flurries before seeing a little afternoon sun mix in through the cloudiness.

The chance for a dusting is very spotty overnight but it cannot be ruled out.  Snow showers to our west will move east through the night and slowly weaken.  It would only take a good 10 to 15 minutes of a decent snow shower to see a light dusting on decks, sidewalks, etc.

The rest of Wednesday has stubborn cloudiness finally breaking for some sun by mid to late afternoon.  Temperatures will inch up into the lower 30s.

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Factor in the wind and it will feel like it’s in the teens to near 20 much of the day.

Chris Suchan
Chief Meteorologist
KCTV5/KSMO

Twitter:  @ChrisSuchanKCTV
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