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Snowstorm likely this weekend

Bowman Clark, Junior Copy Editor

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The tristate area could see its first major snowfall of the season this weekend.

Meteorologists are predicting 3 to 6 inches of snowfall for the Evansville area between Friday and Sunday. All three days will be a mix of rain and snow.

Friday night will start with a mix of rain and snow, then likely end in snow according to the National Weather Service Office in Paducah, Ky.

Saturday will start with a mix of rain and snow that will gradually become rain as the temperature reaches a high of 37 °F. Snow or rain will continue into the evening and the next morning and will give way to rain Sunday afternoon.

The NWS has not yet issued a Winter Weather Advisory.

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