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More snow in the forecast for Thursday, weekend

Find a day on the calendar for the next seven days, there's a good chance for snow in the forecast, starting Thursday for the Mitchell area, with up to 5 inches of snow expected in parts of the region through Thursday evening.

Find a day on the calendar for the next seven days, there's a good chance for snow in the forecast, starting Thursday for the Mitchell area, with up to 5 inches of snow expected in parts of the region through Thursday evening.

The National Weather Service is expecting 2 to 4 inches of snow in Mitchell, Woonsocket and Salem, while larger amounts of snow are expected near Lake Andes and Gregory of 3 to 5 inches along the Missouri River. The snow is expected to develop early Thursday morning and continue through the day, before diminishing into the evening hours Thursday.

The storm is on the leading edge of a stronger snowstorm expected to arrive starting Friday night and into Saturday. Snow is expected mainly after midnight on Saturday, with Mitchell currently in line for as much as 9 inches of snow through Saturday night.

Patchy blowing snow is in line for Sunday, before another high probability for snow on Tuesday and Wednesday (March 12-13) next week.

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