WINDS: S 10-15
SUNRISE 7:44 a.m.
SUNSET 5:13 p.m
WHAT WE’RE TRACKING
Melting on a mild night
Foggy, slushie & warm Sunday
Heavy rain Sunday night into Monday morning
TODAY: Very warm outside today. Temperatures are in the mid-40′s inland and low 50′s along the lakeshore, that’s the warmest we’ve been in 10 days. This will lead to a sloppy & warm Sunday. Expect patchy dense fog, widespread melting, and minor flooding. Expect a few light rain showers in the morning with rain picking up around 3 p.m. around I-94 and at 4 p.m. around I-96. Heaviest rain will arrive overnight. Total accumulation by Monday morning will be around 0.75″
THE WEEK AHEAD: The strong low pressure storm system that is bringing us such mild weather will bring a back-lash of cold come Monday night. Still, expect Monday to start off warm. We will see temps near 50 out the door for school and work. Then around 2pm temperatures will plummet. It will be cold enough for snowflakes to begin falling by 7 p.m. along with a blustery northwesterly wind.
Tuesday temperatures will continue to drop with blustery winds. Highs will be around 33, but it will feel more like the 20′s. Lake effect snow is possible. Cold will stay all week. Expect highs near 30 through Thanksgiving with only upper-20′s for Black Friday.
Check out Bill’s Blog. He’s got more on what to expect for your Thanksgiving Holiday, plus cool pics. of the Great Lakes.