Snow showers could reduce visibility tonight

Peta's Forecast - Weekend Rain and Snow Mix

Peta's Forecast - Weekend Rain and Snow Mix

The steady southerly breeze that has been pushing in moisture and warmth will keep going today too, helping move temperatures back into the low 60s for highs. Friday's highs reach the low 70s.

For Wednesday, look for mostly sunny skies, with highs in the mid 30s. Showers will intensify late tonight through tomorrow morning.

Schools Have Both Their Men's and Women's Teams in the NCAA Tournament
So let's make the ladies feel welcome as the MAAC and Times Union Center Present the 2018 Women's NCAA regional round of hoops. Thirty-two teams will get automatic bids for winning their conference tournament, and 32 others will receive at-large bids.

"Much of the region will see 1" or less off accumulation by Tuesday night, but the Thumb is in line to see more. However, as shown on the map below, most areas will only get a dusting. Snow levels will begin around 7,400' in the morning then falling to 4,300' in the evening. The heaviest amounts from this first round of wet weather will occur between 2am and 2pm on Tuesday. Isolated areas, mainly in the snow belt have the potential to see above 2 inches due to Lake Effect snow. Temperatures will become even cooler, with the valley topping out in the low to mid 50's for the end of your work week.

It's cold and a little bit snowy out there this morning with a few pockets of flurries and light snow.

Sunny skies in Boulder today with a high of 55
Thursday night - Rain likely (70 percent chance) with a low in the mid-30s and east wind gusts as high as 30 miles per hour . Breezy, with a south southeast wind 5 to 10 miles per hour increasing to 16 to 21 miles per hour in the afternoon.

Tonight: Snow, with a low around 24.

COLD AND SNOW SHOWERS: In the next 24 hours, we'll have blustery conditions and scattered snow showers. Saturday tops out in mid 70s and Sunday tops out in the upper 70s.

Seaside High teacher believed to have accidentally fired gun in class
Alexander has been placed on administrative leave for the duration of the on-going investigation. He said the student was not struck with a bullet and it was "not life threatening".

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