Flood Watch Issued with Rain, Brief Warm Up on the Way

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Warming air, combined with rain and snow melt, will present the risk of ice jam flooding. Temperatures are in the lower to middle 20s.

Cullman Emergency Management Agency Director Phyllis Little said confidence in the prediction model is still relatively low, but that should begin to change by today's weather service briefing at 1:30 p.m. Wind chill temperatures will be as low as 5 to 15 degrees below zero at times from overnight Saturday night through Tuesday night. It is estimated to be heavier snow for this area, which is 3 or more inches.

"Snow accumulations of 2" - 4" are likely for Bozeman pass but 6" - 12" of snow is possible for Chief Joseph, Raynolds, Targhee passes.

An AccuWeather projection shows a high of 24 with a low of zero for today, as snow tapers off with north-northwest winds gusting 19 miles per hour.

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A winter storm warning remains in effect region wide as significant amounts of snow, sleet and ice are expected overnight Thursday and over much of Friday. Areas expecting 4 to 7 inches of precipitation include Chittenden, Franklin, Grand Isle and Orleans counties, according to the National Weather Service. Wind chills are expected to be below freezing and speeds are expected to be between 10-25 miles per hour.

The storm responsible for the rain and snow will track across New Mexico on and therefore the heaviest precipitation will be found across southern Colorado including the San Juan Mountains in southwest Colorado where the snow could be measured in feet in some spots. "Some areas north of M 59 or our North Zone, may see isolated areas of 3-6" or slightly more. South wind 5 to 8 miles per hour. Rainfall chances grow to 90 percent tonight, with a low near 39. Cloudy, with a high near 19. Blustery, with a north wind around 22 miles per hour.

Day: Partly sunny, with a high near 24.

Winter is back! Last night's cold front has produced a tremendous temperature tumble of 20-50 degrees. Saturday will be mostly cloudy and breezy, with highs reaching the 30s to around 40.

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