How to say tomorrow i think it will snow in Japanese

1)明日明日(ashita) (n-t) tomorrow、(、) Japanese comma雪(yuki) (n) snowになるとになると(ninaruto) (exp) when it becomes/when it comes to思う思う(omou) (v5u,vt) to think/to consider/to believe/to think/to plan/to judge/to assess/to regard/to imagine/to suppose/to dream/to expect/to look forward to/to feel/to desire/to want/to recall/to remember    
ashita 、 yuki ninaruto omou
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