More snow and minus degrees forecast

BELOIT – After high wind gust of around 45 miles per hour caused low visibility and blowing snow on Thursday morning, Beloit received two inches of snow. According to the National Weather Service, another 30 percent chance of snow is forecast for Friday with a high near 19 degrees and wind chill values of minus 4 and 6 degrees. Snow accumulations of less than half an inch are possible. A 20 percent chance remains before midnight . 

Sunny skies are forecast for Saturday with a high near 18 degrees. A 20 percent chance of snow after midnight is possible. 

Rain is possible on Sunday before 7 p.m. as temperatures reach 41 degrees. A chance of snow follows with a low around 16 degrees as a 40 percent chance of precipitation is forecast. 

Next weeks outlook is for warmer temperatures ranging from 22 to 30 degrees, Monday through Wednesday


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