Winter weather advisory for Cascades through Thursday

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According to The Weather Channel, Winter Storm Eboni - which started in California earlier this week with wind gusts of up to 65 miles per hour - moved into the Great Plains on Wednesday and will hit the upper Midwest and New England by Friday.

A Colorado low tracking towards the Great Lakes and northeastward across the regions will give heavy snow and blowing snow.

Risky conditions are expected across the western and central parts of the state, with the National Weather Service predicting up to a foot of snow in some areas. He says the weather service wants people to monitor the forecast and adjust their travel plans as needed.

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Snow totals should be three inches or less in Mankato with lower amounts to the south and east, according to the Weather Service. But with temperatures dropping into the 20s overnight, the fog could freeze, coating untreated bridges in a sheen of ice. Those in the area should expect blowing snow through Thursday.

A storm system playing havoc with holiday travelers returning home from vacation is moving into the Southeast on Thursday with severe storms and snow to the north. By Saturday, the high may be 10 degrees with wind chills in the morning in the 20 below range or colder.

The storm system is traversing the USA from the southwest to the northeast, and where it bisects Nebraska, along with the timing of the descending cold air, will determine how badly the state is hit. By Christmas Day past year, the high topped out at 6 below and went colder-to 16 degrees below overnight.

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Once the fog lifts, Christmas will be the best day for traveling this week.

Rain showers will be fairly scattered in nature overnight, and temperatures will hold steady in the upper 30s. As of right now, it looks like we'll start off the new year with some of the coldest temperatures of the winter season thus far.

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