Snow, cold and wind chill Vail’s forecast
VAIL – Another spring snow storm appears headed to Vail. Though forecasters are unsure of snow totals, rain and snow could begin falling late this afternoon and continue through Friday. The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch from tonight until Thursday night, saying more than a foot of snow is possible. A 30 percent chance of snow after 3 p.m. Wednesday will be accompanied by wind gusts as high as 30 mph and temperatures around 50, the National Weather Service says. Lighter winds, rain and snow, and a low of 32 are likely Wednesday night, the Weather Service says. There is a 70 percent of snow Thursday, when temperatures will drop into the low 40s. Snow should continue Thursday night and Friday, when the temperatures will drop into the 30s. The snow should stop by Saturday, when the high will again be in the low 40s, the Weather Service says. Snow has picked up for the ski slopes after a below normal season. Vail Mountain is reporting 19 inches in the last seven days and Beaver Creek Mountain is reporting 16.
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