Suchan Says: Colder with Snow?!

Wednesday brought the first Tornado Watch to the viewing area and fortunately, not a single tornado or even tornado warning was issued in our area.  There were plenty of wind and hail reports however from pea to quarter size hail and 45 – 55mph winds with isolated cases of 60mph winds.

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Wednesday Storm Reports

Now attention turns to the backside wrap around cold and snow potential early Thursday.  Right now it appears the best chance to see morning snow showers will be from I-70 and points north into southern Iowa.  If we realize some heavier snow rates in snow showers, a quick dusting to 1″ on grassy surfaces, decks, sidewalks will be possible.   Otherwise we’re drying out with breaks of afternoon sun arriving.  It will be much cooler and blustery with highs only in the 40s.

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Band of snow scrapes across the area Thursday morning

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Sunrise snow or rain showers possible

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Mid-Morning snow showers

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Cooler, blustery afternoon with breaks of sun arriving

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Light accumulation possible in mainly northern third of the area

Chris Suchan
Chief Meteorologist
KCTV5/KSMO

Twitter:  @ChrisSuchanKCTV
Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/Chief-Meteorologist-Chris-Suchan-361521570703480/?ref=hl

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