April 20, 2018

Fremont County Forecast: Chance for snow flurries

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With the temperature dropping to 29 degrees Saturday night the rain could change to snow between 8pm and midnight.

"Snow accumulations mainly ranged from 2-5" across the viewing area from the latest spring storm.

The sun will be out Saturday morning and temperatures will be in the lower 40s.

Elevated to critical fire danger returns Sunday as another cold front moves through. Most places have had highs only in the 20s.

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Another round of spring snow is set to move in Sunday. As temperatures rise into the 40s, any snow that is in the area will begin mixing over to rain.

Another Pacific front system will arrive in the overnight hours on Monday, bringing a chance of isolated showers as the front passes. That cloud cover will keep high temperatures stuck in the 40s, even with a breezy south and southeast wind at 10 to 20 miles per hour.

Today: We will reach a high of 46 degrees with clouds building in throughout the afternoon. The result will be an increase in the clouds Monday but much of the daytime looks to remain dry. Highs will hit the lower 50s. Joining the Late Models on the program both nights will be the Pitts Homes USRA Modifieds and Big O Tires Street Stocks with full shows both nights. We continue very chilly into Sunday despite more sunshine. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday will feature sunny skies and temperatures to the 70s and 80s.

The cold air could also cause problems on the roads Sunday morning should any moisture linger. Keep those fingers crossed in the mean-time that we can keep the warm forecast and have a great and safe rest of your weekend!

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