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Snow is Here + Some COLD Air

Our counties are currently under a Winter Storm Warning (in effect until 8pm tonight). According to the NWS:

Can expect 3 to 5+ inches of accumulation… higher amounts could be seen locally. Let it be known that this is an all snow event. None of the freezing rain/sleet. Seeing pretty quick accumulation from flurries already.

City of Brentwood Traffic Cam at 9:13 am

Please do not travel. We know some major roads are completely impassable, and the detours aren’t in any better condition. If you absolutely have to travel, take a winter weather kit with you with warm clothes, blankets, food/water. We’ve been through this kind of thing before, and you can find yourself in a jam in a hurry.

Most of the snow flurries/showers will be out around dinnertime tonight:

HRRR 1 km AGL Reflectivity, valid Thu. 8am – Thu. 9pm


Aside from the snow, low temperatures tonight into tomorrow morning will be dangerously cold. The current low is forecast to be 11° with some single digits around. This will make snow removal/road melting extremely difficult. Protect vulnerable pipes. Take precautions for animals. If you have a heat pump for your HVAC, check the outside unit and make sure it’s not sucking in a bunch of snow/ice and getting clogged up. Be careful walking outside. Check on vulnerable people near you.

Looking Ahead

Snow should start to melt off Saturday afternoon AKA the beginning of a warming trend. Highs around 50 should do the trick. Quick turnaround to the next weather maker. Possibility for widespread showers and maybe a thunderstorm or two Saturday night into Sunday.

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