Winter Storm And Lakeshore Flood Watches Issued

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(Undated) - Up to two feet of snow are expected this weekend in parts of Minnesota.

The National Weather Service has issued a blizzard warning is in effect from 1 p.m. Friday to 7p.m. Saturday for a good portion of western and central Nebraska. The snow and ice pellets expected Saturday night in Eastern Ontario will change to freezing rain by Sunday morning, Environment Canada reports.

White said that the NWS expects at least eight to 10 inches of snow to hit Delta County Sunday.

They say a moisture laden low pressure area over the Central Plains States will amble towards the lower Great Lakes this weekend pumping in cold Arctic air, forcing temperatures below freezing. Up to half an inch of ice could accumulate.

The best chances for impacts from sleet or freezing rain will be in the Winter Storm Watch zones and the chances run through Sunday morning. A few inches accumulation are possible.

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Saturday's high will be just 0 C, with an overnight low of -4 C. Sunday's high will be -3 C, with the temperature dropping to a low of -5 C overnight. Also, heavy rain Friday could cause localized flooding, especially in areas where piles of snow block runoff paths. "Snow accumulations of 3" - 6" is possible but could be heavier over nearby mountains and inside Yellowstone National Park.

St. Lawrence County: snow during the day Saturday, snow Saturday night.

We eventually change over to snow late Sunday night into Monday, with the system finally pulling away during the start of next week.

While snow totals will be relatively low, wind could create very treacherous driving conditions with gusts in Northwest Kansas forecast to exceed 50 miles per hour.

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