Snow Showers Mid Morning Early Afternoon Wednesday Dry Warmer Thursday Into Saturday

Snow Showers Mid Morning Early Afternoon Wednesday Dry Warmer Thursday Into Saturday

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Snow Showers Mid Morning Early Afternoon Wednesday Dry Warmer Thursday Into Saturday

A cold night lies ahead and it starts out clear. Temperatures in many areas didn’t get out of the 30s and some places didn’t get much above freezing today thanks to clouds. Late tonight look for clouds to increase as an upper air disturbance now over the Great Lakes moves southeastward. Temperatures overnight will bottom in the mid 20s to near 30.

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There is nothing on the regional radar tonight so there are no issues until later Wednesday morning into the afternoon. The upper air disturbance swings on through and it might produce a period of snow showers. There could be enough to whiten the ground in spots. Not all areas will see snow and the line will be weakening as it moves eastward.

High temperatures will be in the upper 30s and lower 40s by days end. Leftover clouds will give way to clearing late in the day as the disturbance moves east and then we can move head to warmer temperatures for Thursday. Look for sunshine on Thursday with a high to the south and a west wind. Highs will be in the upper 40s to around 50.

There are no issues for Friday either with some sunshine. Highs Friday will be in the upper 40s to lower 50s.

The weekend looks to start dry for Saturday. We will probably see some sun and arriving clouds. Highs will be in the 50s to near 60. A cold front will be moving through Sunday morning so it looks like we will get some showers later Saturday night into Sunday morning.

Weather conditions will improve later Sunday and the couple of days of next week will be dry and cold.

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