First Alert: Wintery mix expected Thursday morning

First Alert Weather @ 10 p.m. 12/2/2020

(KFVS) - A disturbance is moving towards the Heartland and with cold air in place, we could be dealing with a wintry mix across parts of the Heartland by morning.

Clouds will continue to increase across the area this evening and this will keep temperatures from falling as low as they have the past two nights.

A we approach midnight some light showers could be entering our far southwestern counties.

During the predawn hours a mix of rain and snow will develop across our western counties.

There is a chance our far western counties could pick up a dusting of snow mainly on elevated surface.

At this time this does not appears as it will impact traffic late tonight or early tomorrow.

Lows by morning will be in the upper 20s northeast to middle 30s southwest.

Thursday will start off with a few light rain showers possibly mixed with snow.

By the late morning hours temperatures should warm enough to where all precipitation will fall as rain.

Temperatures will be held down thanks to the cloud cover.

Highs tomorrow will be in the lower to middle 40s.

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