Major storm system will bring all-out blizzard from parts of Iowa to the Dakotas & damaging high wind event eastern Colorado to Nebraska.
Winter Weather Advisory is up here.
Here, it is snow to sleet to freezing rain after 4 p.m. today up to 2 a.m. with accumulation.
Temperatures will run 28-32 during snow & icy precipitation.
Ice should be all rain for the area by 5 a.m. with temperatures rising above freezing.
Winds will be strong from the southeast to south to southwest with gusts 30-40 mph.
Rain Saturday morning may end as a bit of snow.
0.90-1.50" of liquid is likely with some local flash flooding.
Temperature then tank from highs 37-45 to 18-26 by evening with howling northwest winds. Gusts of 40-50 mph are possible.
1" or less of snow is likely south of 18.
North of 18, 1-2" is likely.
Some isolated +2" amounts may occur north of a Rensselaer to Monon to Twelve Mile to Denver line.
Up to 0.15" freezing rain accretion & 0.1" sleet are possible.
Bitter cold may allow wind chills to reach as low as -20 early Sunday morning with lows near 4.
Highs Sunday will run at just 7-15 with wind chills -11 to -4 all day.