(KFVS) - Good morning, it is Thursday, Jan. 10.
It’s cold, this morning. It’s going to feel like the temperatures are in the Mid-teen before we start to warm up once the sun rises.
Lisa Michaels says it will be nice and sunny, but the high temperatures will likely not get out of the 40s anywhere in the Heartland.
Rain and snow are still in the forecast for tomorrow. That starts in our western counties in the afternoon and will slowly push east.
Some of our northeast counties are under a winter storm watch . Those counties could get 5-7 inches of snow.
There will be less snow and more periods of rain as you go southeast. The rain will take over more area on Saturday. The northeast counties will likely stay snow the entire time.
The remaining snow will taper off on Sunday and the cold will stick around for several more days.
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