Snow moving off to the east but Winter Advisory in effect until Wednesday

(Gillette, Wyo.) Here's a look at futurecast radar for the next 24 hours over Campbell County. The heaviest snow is perhaps behind us, but according to the National Weather Service out of Rapid City, rain and snow showers will continue overnight. Those in the norternmost corner of Crook County in the Black Hills will probably see more heavy snow early Wednesday morning. "As an upper low strengthens overnight, a heavier band of precipitation will develop across central South Dakota and Northeast Wyoming, shifting westward into western South Dakota and Northeastern WY on Wednesday. Colder air will move into the region as well, and so both rain and snow are expected through the day." Our area could see another couple inches of snow by the time Wednesday ends. Highs are predicted to be in the 40s, so it may stay messy throughout tomorrow. The Winter Advisory for our area is scheduled to end by 6:00 a.m. [image: snowfalltotes.jpg] Our totally scientific readings of today's snowfall estimates the total is around 4". (We took three readings from three different areas of the lawn.) It felt like more than that when we had to scrape off our cars this afternoon, though. #county17 #news