Tuesday, January 17 2012

Summary:  After some light snow this afternoon, the skies will begin to clear out by this evening, however winds won’t really decrease until the pre-dawn hours leaving us with wind chills of zero to ten below zero possible overnight.  Conditions will improve for tomorrow, with only a slight chance of light snow tomorrow night. 

Tonight:  Partly cloudy becoming mostly clear overnight.  Lows will be around 10 degrees with winds out of the northwest at 10 to 15 MPH. 

Wednesday:  Mostly sunny with light and variable winds in the morning, becoming partly cloudy with winds out of the south at 5 to 10 MPH by the afternoon, with highs in the mid 20s.

Wednesday night:  Mostly cloudy with a slight chance of some light snow.  Lows will be in the lower teens with winds out of the southwest at 10 to 15 MPH. 


Your long-term forecast:  Another snow storm is looking to come through the great lakes region towards the end of the week, with accumulating snowfall possible Friday into Saturday, and a second round of snow possible on Sunday.  Daytime highs will be generally increasing from the low 20s to the upper 30s, with overnight lows also increasing from the low teens to the lower 20s.

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