Latest Colorado Weather Forecast: Winter Storm To Graze Colorado Today

Winter storm to move through Minnesota beginning Wednesday

Winter storm to move through Minnesota beginning Wednesday

Rain will end by around 9 p.m. Friday with gradual clearing overnight, leading to a mostly sunny day on Saturday, Dec. 29 with a high again in the low-50s.

Snow totals in western and northern Minnesota are expected to range between 6 to 12 inches, with totals possibly higher in west-central Minnesota. Travel is expected to be hard due to slippery and snow covered roadways. Travel is expected to be hazardous due to reduced visibility in some locations.

The forecast for the Bemidji area calls for a 50 percent chance of light snow after noon on Wednesday, with a high temperature of 22 degrees.

Strong northeasterly winds with gusts to 60 kilometres per hour.

The National Weather Service has issued warnings and advisories for southern Colorado northeastward to Minnesota and to far northwestern Wisconsin as well as parts of the Rockies, the northern Plains and upper Midwest.

Residents in Humboldt Park dig out after an early winter snowstorm dumped several inches snow on the neighborhood on November 26, in Chicago. Some areas were under winter weather advisors and would likely get 2 to 5 inches though from Valentine to Ainsworth, and southwest to North Platte the snow could reach accumulations of 13 inches, according to the NWS. The latest updates and forecasts for the storm, that the Weather Channel was calling winter storm Eboni, were available on the NWS website.

Cold wind chill values are also expected with the passage of the cold front on Friday or Friday night. The storm is expected to hit all mountain passes in the San Juans.

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