Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)
Today – Mild & Windy – Afternoon High 57
9a 55 . 12p 56. 3p 56 . 6p 49 . 9p 40
The early morning rain has moved out, causing severe weather well off to our east.
Clouds will continue to decrease throughout the day with temps in the 50s during the daylight hours.
Sunday – Beautiful January Day – Morning Low 34 / Afternoon High 55
6a 36 . 9a 41 . 12p 50. 3p 54 . 6p 50 . 9p 47
Sunny and mild, with light southerly winds at 5-10 mph.
Monday – Increasing Clouds; PM Rain – Morning Low 42 / Afternoon High 55
6a 43 . 9a 46 . 12p 52 . 3p 54 . 6p 48 . 9p 44
Warm = wet in January.
Our NWS (National Weather Service) and the models predict rain will arrive as early as noon Monday.
No severe weather is expected with these showers.
GFS model Monday 6 am – Tuesday 12 am:
Extended Official NWS Forecast:
Tuesday Night Light Snow?
It’s not looking too great right now, snow lovers. A low pressure system will be moving over the Great Lakes Region. If the low moves far enough south, and is strong enough, we could get some light snow showers.
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