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Published: Sun, February 11, 2018
Global Media | By Abel Hampton

Freezing drizzle & snow tonight, followed by more above average temps for midweek

Freezing drizzle & snow tonight, followed by more above average temps for midweek

The National Weather Service office in San Diego is forecasting another bout of Santa Ana winds this weekend, followed by showers and mountain snow next week. Moisture moving in from the south will translate to drizzle, but once temperatures fall to/below freezing, drizzle will switch over to freezing drizzle. Lows will drop into the middle teens with wind chills in the single digits.

TONIGHT: A wintry mix, at times, of rain/drizzle, freezing rain/drizzle and sleet.

Be sure to monitor the latest forecast and updates to the Winter Weather Advisories issued for our area. It will be milder with highs in the mid 30s north to mid 40s south. Scattered Snow and Colder temperatures will then persist through Saturday. Pockets of snow will continue to produce snow and keep area roads snow covered and icy. "Accumulations will be light, less than.10" of an inch.

Forecasters said latest models suggest that "a long-duration snow event" could start as early as Friday morning and persist into the evening and even into Saturday.

A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect for portions of the eastern plains, mountains and Palmer Divide until Sunday morning.

A mix of flurries and, yes, possibly more rain could come for Thursday, with a high of 4 C. Mostly sunny, with a high near 61.

A large swath of southern Quebec is expected to get more snow by the end of this weekend.

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