Cold weekend; snow starts this evening
It’s the start of a cold weekend. Wind chills early this morning range from -5 to -10 degrees.
A few flurries are falling early, but should wrap up before the morning is finished. Some secondary roads are still a bit snow covered, and any wet spots outdoors did freeze again overnight. Be cautious of slick spots in parking lots and your driveway as you’re walking.
Temperatures warm around 17 degrees this afternoon. It will feel cooler than that, with feels like temperatures only warming to about ten degrees.
Snow starts this evening and continues overnight.
By Sunday morning, highest totals are near the lakeshore where 3-4+ inches is possible. Everywhere else will likely see about 1-2” by Sunday morning.
After a few snow showers Sunday morning, the rest of the day will stay cloudy but dry. There is a chance for snow showers Sunday night, but the next best chance for snow is Monday night into Tuesday morning.
We’ll keep these cooler than normal temperatures at least through our 10-day forecast.
Today: Mostly cloudy. PM snow. High 17.
Tonight: Snow showers. Low 6.
Sunday: Few AM snow showers. Cloudy and cold. High 12.
Monday: Cloudy and cold. PM snow. High 18.