"We're probably looking at that surge hitting those Missouri River areas in Nebraska and Iowa three to five days after the storm". A storm can shift directions at any time, which could be the case in the upcoming storm.
Heavy mountain snow is expected Tuesday, and some mountains could see between 12 and 24 inches of snow through Thursday. Then, NWS calls for it to drop steadily to about 29 degrees, with rain before 2 p.m., followed by blowing snow that could accumulate 1 to 3 inches, with winds gusting as high as 43 miles per hour.
Forecast models show the storm system increasing in strength and it could produce a blizzard of record proportions between Wednesday and Friday, meteorologists say. Liquid precipitation amounts of 2 to 3 or more inches will be possible across much of our region.
How does this snowstorm compare to past years?
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The storm is expected to wind down late Wednesday, with sunny skies likely to return Thursday, according to the NWS. "Travel is going to be impossible in some of these areas". Blowing snow will reduce visibilities to near zero.
"A normal drive in the morning is forecast to transition to blizzard conditions in many areas through the afternoon and the night", Colorado Department of Transportation Executive Director Shoshana Lew said in a press release Tuesday night.
Wednesday morning/afternoon: Southwestern Minnesota will see slushy snow, the Twin Cities will see a spotty mix of scattered rain showers with highs in the 40s and western Minnesota will see accumulating snow.
The wind was expected to pick up Tuesday afternoon with gusts up to 25 miles per hour, according to the National Weather Service.
Colder air is forecast to arrive Wednesday afternoon, with changeover to snow occurring in the noon to 5pm timeframe depending on your elevation. A high near 35 degrees is expected and it will be windy-with wind gusts as high as 35-45 miles per hour.
In Colorado, 1,800 trained snow-removal personnel and 950 maintenance trucks are standing by. Forecasters said this week's storm will swell rivers again, but maybe not as much.
The James River, the Big Sioux River and the Minnesota River may flood.