A powerful system continues to bring significant, widespread impacts in the form of blizzard conditions, severe thunderstorms, damaging winds and fire weather conditions to the central United States. Meanwhile, another storm is beginning to impact the Pacific Northwest and northern California, where heavy mountain snow and coastal flash flooding are possible through at least Thursday.
As the Winter Solstice takes hold tomorrow and the world ends, Williams should remain clear until Christmas Eve on Monday when we are likely to see snow. Snow accumulations are not yet forecast. Currently it is sunny but cool with temperatures expected to reach a high of 50 while at night lows reaching 2 degrees.