Nebraska: North Platte Region
Today until Friday noon.
Snow accumulations of one inch and the possibility of ice.
New York, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut
Saturday noon until Sunday morning
Snow accumulations of up to 6 inches in some regions and wind gusts of up to 35 mph. Travel could be difficult in the more mountainous areas, in eastern New York, in the capital region, southern Vermont, the western Mass Berkshires, and northwest Connecticut. The storm will be at its strongest overnight from Saturday to Sunday.
California: Truckee Region
Saturday 4 am to Sunday 6 am
A total of more than one foot of snow is expected in terms of accumulation, potentially affecting I80. Plan for delays and chain controls with blizzard conditions.
Washington: Spokane Region
From 10 pm tonight to Sunday 4 am.
Between 2 and 4 inches of snow accumulation are expected, from Spokane to Coeur d’Alene. Road conditions could be slippery.
Midday Sunday until Monday morning.
Total snow accumulation: 5 to 20 cm; the heaviest accumulations are expected to hit the extreme south of Yarmouth and Shelburne counties, and accumulation should be less elsewhere. Maximum gusts: from the east at 60 km/h.
New Mexico (North and Central), Four Corners, Texas
Sunday morning until Monday morning.
Potential for a winter storm on the horizon with the possibility of blizzards due to winds. This storm could affect the Four Corners region, northern and central New Mexico, and move towards Texas.
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