Storm Team 8 Forecast

Friday Night
A few flurries this evening
Gradually warming temperatures
Freezing drizzle or sleet after midnight

Temps: Slowly rising
WIND:  SSW 10-15 mph

SUNSET  5:10 p.m
SUNRISE 7:51 a.m.

Slick spots possible Saturday morning
Light rain Saturday and Sunday
Mild temps this weekend
Cooler next week

TODAY  Scattered light flurries are possible this evening as temperatures slowly warm late tonight. Patchy freezing drizzle is possible, and that could lead to slick spots overnight and early Saturday morning.

WEEKEND WEATHER  A little milder push of air will move moves in for Saturday and Sunday as temperatures climb back toward 40 by Saturday evening and into the 40s on Sunday.  There could be a brief light shower or a period of drizzle Saturday and Sunday, but any precipitation would be light.  The warmest air, in the mid 40s will likely be Sunday morning, with temperatures dropping a few degrees as winds turn to the northwest during the afternoon.

LOOKING AHEAD  Colder air moves back in on Monday with a good chance of a few light snow showers and temperatures in the mid-upper 20s. The overall pattern looks cool, but not drastically cold for the first week of December.  Overall dry weather is likely for Tuesday and Wednesday.

Check out Bill’s Blog.  He’s got an update on Michigan and U.S. snowcover (as much snow on Thanksgiving Day as we usually have on Christmas!), pics. of a monster wind and hail storm in Australia, a tornado in Spain and more on the crazy cold and hot today (91° in Riverside CA, -28 in Jamestown ND).