Heavy, wet and slushy snow is falling across the South County, and the National Weather Service is predicting it will continue until at least 5 p.m. this evening, Friday, March 18.

Heavy, wet and slushy snow is falling across the South County, and the National Weather Service is predicting it will continue until at least 5 p.m. this evening, Friday, March 18.

A Winter Storm Warning has been in effect since 5 p.m. yesterday. A total of six to 12 inches is predicted for this storm at elevations 2,500 feet and above.

Winds will be from the south, and could have gusts from 15 to 25 miles per hour today, the Warning states.

Looking at the extended forecast, snowflakes are dominant. Snow is predicted every day for the next week.

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