Cold Days (and Maybe Some Flurries) Ahead

Current Radar 

Tonight –  31° by 6 PM

By tonight, it will still be cold.

But, the high pressure that keeps skies clear today will be moving south, allowing for some clouds to move-in overnight.

Lows will seem almost tropical in comparison to this morning…falling to the upper 20°s.

TUESDAY – Wake Up: 29°, High: 41°

A low pressure system moving through the Great Lakes will swipe us from the northeast on Tuesday:

While the overwhelming majority of the snowfall with this system will be off to our east, we could catch some flurries in the morning and early afternoon.

However, no accumulations are expected:

Additionally, the Euro model has even less area under accumulation off to our east, closer to the Plateau.

Bottom line: This will be another pretty snow flurries event, with no impacts to us!

Everyone still has to got to school…

Tomorrow’s highs will be around 40° once again.

WEDNESDAY – Wake Up: 16°, High: 38°

Once the potential flurry-maker exits to the east late Tuesday, that will allow for yet another high pressure system to move-in Wednesday:


This will send our low temperatures plummeting back into the teens Tuesday night/Wednesday morning.

We’ll have another decent recovery Wednesday afternoon. Skies will be mostly sunny and highs back to the upper 30°s.

Looking Ahead: Cold, but Bearable, Headed into the Weekend

Next Weekend: Nothing has changed much from David’s thoughts yesterday on the weekend ahead. It still looks like we’ll have some rain moving in by Friday and into Saturday. 

Saturday into Sunday could bring another chance for some snow flurries. We’ll know a little more each day as the models either come into agreement, or they don’t. Stay tuned. 

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