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Next Storm Brings Precipitation Hodgepodge

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Posted at 8:37 PM, Apr 21, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-21 22:37:35-04

A FLOOD WATCH has been issued in Hill and Blaine Counties for snowmelt and potential for minor flooding.

What a beautiful day! Under sunny skies, highs reached the 60s and 70s. All good things must come to an end. A new storm will bring everything but the kitchen sink over the next few days. Wednesday won't start out bad as skies will be partly cloudy early on. Clouds will increase through the day with a few showers and even an isolated thunderstorm possible late Wednesday evening. Thursday will be a stormy day with all types of precipitation. Showers will be widespread producing: rain, rain/snow, mountain snow and hail. A few thunderstorms are possible. The wind will be strong. The sun will poke through the clouds at times. Temperatures will be much cooler. Mountain passes may have some slippery conditions at times. Some of the unsettled weather will continue into Friday, but there will be more sunshine and fewer showers. The weekend looks pretty nice with mostly sunny skies on Saturday. A few clouds will increase late in the day with isolated showers or a thunderstorm. Sunday will also be partly to mostly sunny but there will be a few isolated showers. A big warmup is in store for the state starting next Tuesday. Highs should exceed 70 and may even come close to 80 from Wednesday through Friday.
Have a great day.
Curtis Grevenitz