Chance of Flurries
WIND: Light and Variable
SUNSET 5:11 p.m
SUNRISE 7:50 a.m.
WHAT WE’RE TRACKING
Periods of Light Snow Thursday and Friday
1-3″ Accumulation Possible
Slick Spots on Area Roads
TONIGHT Cloudy and cool with a chance of a few flurries. The best time for flurries will be after midnight and the most likely area to see flurries will be the lakeshore counties. Temperatures will be in the mid-upper 20s with light and variable winds.
THANKSGIVING DAY Light snow is likely on Thanksgiving Day, perhaps an inch or two near Lake Michigan. Less than an inch along and south of I-94. There could be slick spots on the roads, especially side streets and rural roads that don’t get as much traffic, but you should be able to get where you are going. Highs Thursday will be in the low 30s and winds will be northwest at 10-15 mph.
FRIDAY Friday looks chilly with a chance of light snow showers and temperatures during the day in the mid-upper 20s. Friday’s snow will likely be another 1-2″, especially north of Kent County. Winds will turn to the south at 10-15 mph.
WEEKEND WEATHER A little milder push of air will move moves in for Saturday and Sunday as temperatures climb back toward 40 by Sat. evening and into the 40s on Sunday.
LOOKING AHEAD Colder air moves back in on Monday with a good chance of snow showers. The overall pattern looks cool, but not drastically cold for the first week of December.
Check out Bill’s Blog. He’s got a look back at one of the weirdest football games every played…in a blizzard! He’s also got word of record early season ice on Lake Michigan.