Snow will continue early this afternoon before ending from north to south this evening.
A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect until 4 PM Sunday.
From the National Weather Service:
* WHAT…SNOW OCCURRING. SNOW RATES MAY APPROACH 1 INCH PER HOUR
THROUGH MID-AFTERNOON, ESPECIALLY ALONG THE MOUNTAINS, RESULTING
IN VISIBILITY BELOW ONE-HALF MILE AND SNOW-COVERED ROADS. TOTAL
SNOW ACCUMULATIONS OF 1 TO 4 INCHES, WITH HIGHER AMOUNTS OF 4
TO 6 INCHES TOWARD AND ALONG THE MOUNTAINS.
* WHERE…PORTIONS OF CENTRAL, NORTH CENTRAL, SOUTHWEST AND WEST
* ADDITIONAL DETAILS…PLAN ON SLIPPERY ROAD CONDITIONS AND
SHARPLY REDUCED VISIBILITY.
A high pressure ridge builds from the west which will allow conditions to dry out this week.
Monday’s temperatures will still remain below-normal but Tuesday we will see temperatures rise to near or above normal for this time of year.
So with this ridge sticking around this work week, we will see dry, warm, and breezy to windy conditions.