Mostly Cloudy and Cold
Chance of Flurries
WIND: NW 10-15 mph
SUNRISE 7:34 a.m.
SUNSET 8:02 p.m.
WHAT WE’RE TRACKING
Chance of Flurries Tonight and Tomorrow Morning
Partly to Mostly Sunny Friday PM and Saturday
Chance of Rain and Snow Sunday Afternoon and Evening
SYNOPSIS Mostly cloudy and cold tonight and tomorrow morning with a chance of snow flurries. A light dusting is possible. Temperatures will drop to the upper teens to low 20s, and northwest winds at 10-15 mph will push the wind chill factor down to 10 above by around daybreak. We’ll see highs only in the low 30s tomorrow and mid-upper 30s on Saturday. With the sunshine and light winds, Saturday should be a pleasant day despite the cool temperatures.
SUNDAY We’ll be dry Sunday morning, but a mix of snow and rain will develop in the afternoon and continue into the evening. If it’s mostly snow, it’s possible that there could be 1-2″ accumulation (mainly on the grassy areas). Temperatures will reach the upper 30s to low 40s before the precipitation moves in. Winds Sunday will be SW-W at 10-20 mph.
NEXT WEEK After the weekend, a slightly warmer pattern develops. It’ll be partly sunny and warmer for Monday and Tuesday with temperatures back to the mid-upper 40s. Temperatures will be cooler near Lake Michigan. There could be a brief, light shower Monday night. We could see a few showers (or even a thundershower Wednesday PM or Thursday. Temperatures could reach the low-mid 50s Weds. and Thurs.
Check out Bill’s Blog. He’s got more on the devastating tornadoes that hit Oklahoma on Weds. and more on the overall cool pattern that will likely last into early April.