Weather Warn Day: Weekend snowfall will make for difficult driving over the weekend

One to three inches of snow in Treasure Valley through the weekend? (Stock Photo)

An active weather pattern will return to the region as we head into the weekend.

Early model projections show that accumulations are likely in the Treasure Valley beginning Friday night through Monday.

We'll see increasing cloud cover on Friday with an increase in southwest flow.

Snow showers are possible in eastern Oregon late Friday morning and will spread into the northern mountain regions throughout the afternoon.

The bulk of the moisture will arrive late Friday night into Saturday morning where some accumulation is possible in the valley, generally, 1-3 inches are expected.

A secondary wave of moisture will move through Saturday afternoon into Sunday.

Over the course of the weekend, the mountains could see snowfall amounts of 8-16 inches above 6,000 feet, mountain valleys 4-8 inches.

We'll be tracking any changes to the storm system as it gets closer, and updating snowfall estimates as well, stay tuned!

Watch the full forecast below from meteorologist Nate Larsen:

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