Winter Weather Advisory issued for forecasted Friday snowfall

Winter Weather Advisory issued for forecasted Friday snowfall

Winter Weather Advisory issued for forecasted Friday snowfall

There is possibility of 1-3 inches of snow in the Stafford-LBI area.

It looks like our snow storm has taken a little break Thursday afternoon - no doubt it's regrouping before coming back and hitting us again after 6 p.m. tonight.

We have a decent amount of snow on the way today!

Licking County is under a Winter Weather Advisory for Friday evening and Saturday morning, according to the National Weather Service.

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Recent model runs are showing the potential for slightly higher snowfall totals than previous forecast models.

Roads are likely going to be slippery and there could be reduced visibility on roadways.

The weather impact will be for the northern and southern Clearwater mountains, and the Bitteroot/Sapphire mountains. By dinner time Saturday evening, snow will be increasing in coverage for the Cape and the Islands where snowfall accumulations are expected to be the highest. Skies will remain mostly cloudy the rest of the overnight hours. Other areas of concern for moderate to heavy snow will include central Montana Great Falls to Lewistown with possibly up to a foot of valley snow and extending down toward Billings.

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