First storm of spring on the way

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Records show that Minneapolis-St Paul International Airport measured nine inches of snow and the northeast area was hit with over 10 inches during the winter storm earlier this week.

Superintendent Louise Blakelock, deputy head of road policing for Police Scotland, said: "We are expecting snowy conditions over the next couple of days, especially on the higher level routes".

The National Weather Service forecasts indicate MA will likely see precipitation on Friday.


We're still a bit too far out to be sure, though, forecasters said, but basically, don't get your hopes up for spring conditions just yet.

The weekend brings the chance for snow on Friday and Sunday, according to the National Weather Service in Pleasant Hill. The main story will be the temperatures; highs will only be in the upper 20s this afternoon.

The worst of the winter weather for Cumbria might not be over. Since July 1, Rochester has recorded 50.6 inches of snow. Environment Canada has also issued a freezing rain warning for northern Peterborough, northern Kawartha Lakes, and Hastings, with freezing rain developing overnight and into Wednesday morning.


We are waking up to bitter cold April temperatures this morning across the KQ2 viewing area.

Most of Central Maryland and the Eastern Shore will experience strong gusty winds upwards of 30-40 miles per hour with an occasional gust over 40 miles per hour in any of the stronger storms. Chance of precipitation is 90 percent. An inch or so accumulation possible.

Friday night - Mostly cloudy, with a low around 22.


By Tuesday evening, colder air eventually transitions the rain to light snow showers, and those look to stay steady through Tuesday night.

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