Wednesday snow showers, with possible Thundersnow in the Hills
Areas of convective snow showers could lead to light accumulations, and maybe even a rumble of thunder this afternoon
- Snow showers are already moving into portions of the Black Hills this morning, with temperatures climbing into the 20s and 30s by this afternoon.
- A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect for Johnson and Sheridan County for several inches of snow through tonight, use caution!
Here’s a quick look at current radar conditions across the Black Hills Region.
- Activity is expected to push Southward throughout the morning and afternoon, bringing light accumulations to grassy surfaces and possibly even a rumble of thunder.
- By this evening, snow showers will continue to be pesky in portions of the Black Hills and Northeastern Wyoming, with areas North of the Black Hills expecting mostly clear skies.
- Southern portions of our area Thursday morning could see a few snow bands from a larger system moving just to our South – most of the area won’t see anything from this system.
- A few snow showers may be possible in the Black Hills Thursday evening, before we start to see tangible improvements to the forecast by Friday and the weekend.
- 50s by this weekend, and 60s by next week with partly cloudy skies, so not too shabby! we’ll have another update to those numbers Thursday 🙂 – Brant