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Feb. 4, 2014 |  By: Pinney

Snow Storm expected

The KXCV/KRNW listening area is bracing for another winter storm  Warning Coordination meteorologist with the National Weather Service, Andy Bailey says  the winter storm is expected to hit the area in the next 24 hours.
 

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According to Bailey, accumulation will range between 6-8 inches in the area by the time the snow stops falling. When it does, however, Bailey says the winds will start. The winds, with gusts as high as 30 miles per hour, will create snow drifts and generally difficult driving conditions. It will also drive wind chill values to the sub-zero range. For the rest of the week, expect freezing temperatures until Friday, when Bailey says the area will be hit by yet another storm of similar intensity.
Though this seems like a particularly long winter, Bailey says it's not the worst winter that the area has experienced. 
 

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National Weather Service Warning Coordination Meteorologist, Andy Bailey.