Rain on tap but watch out for Friday night

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A winter storm warning remains in effect for south-central Montana and 4 to 6 inches of snow is expected throughout the region Wednesday. We'll see the "high" temperature for Friday around midnight with temps in the upper 30s and falling to below freezing by daybreak Friday. South wind 13 to 17 miles per hour.

Morning fog is anticipated Wednesday and a slight chance of freezing drizzle is expected after 4 p.m., as a mild high of 38 degrees provides the last vestiges of this January thaw fueled in part by a south wind with gusts up to 20 miles per hour.

We may be enjoying a "heat wave" in central in right now, but it'll be short-lived as the next winter system makes its way into the area with the potential to drop several inches of snow along its path.

South wind at 10-15 miles per hour, gusts up to 20 miles per hour. We see a brief warm-up on Monday with highs hitting close to 40, but another chance for some light snow Monday night and Tuesday morning will usher in more cold air for the middle of next week. A wintry mix of precipitation will quickly transition to snow late tonight and continue on Thursday.

The National Weather Service has released information about a winter storm that will soon hit southeast Missouri and southern IL.

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"Snow will be ongoing in Western and Northwest Iowa and a band of 4 to 7" of snow is possible in counties including, Guthrie, Greene, Boone, Webster, Wright and Hamilton Counties. Snow will be moderate and potentially heavy through Thursday afternoon and night.

A Winter Storm Watch includes most of Northwest Iowa Wednesday night through Thursday.

Friday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 33. East wind 5 to 10 miles per hour.

For the latest forecasts, visit PennLive's weather page.

This swath of snow could be heavy, and there's potential for significant ice accumulation in areas where freezing rain is most persistent.

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