Updated Weather Model Shows Up to Four Inches of Snow Likely

| December 31, 2012
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Snow continued to blanket much of the region Monday morning. Click to hear KMZU’s Chelsea Wade talk with National Weather Service Meterologist Andy Bailey:

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The updated forecast shows up to four inches of snow is likely in some areas, according to Bailey. “We have a system coming out of the southwest and moving toward us. There’s not a lot of moisture to work with, which is why we aren’t expecting snowfall amounts higher than we are. The snowfall should wind down by midday, but then we will be left with some pesky snowfall and freezing drizzle after that,” Bailey said. He expects road conditions to rapidly get worse as a new kind of precipitation begins to fall.

A winter weather advisory is in effect for a majority of the KMZU listening area until 6:00 a.m. Tuesday.

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