Light snow and flurries are beginning to fall again. This is the start of the cold front that will crash temperatures and kick up very strong winds that can lead to ground blizzard like conditions and lead to significant blowing and drifting of snow. Additional new snow this evening is expected to be around ½” to 1” 

All roads have been plowed and main streets and secondary’s are wet. We anticipate roads to become snow covered in spots due to drifting and blowing snow and with the rapid significant drop in temperatures roads may be slippery for tomorrow mornings rush hour. 

Public Works has a large crew working overnight and will be patrolling and plowing drifts back all night. 

More updates to follow as necessary.