Forecast

Storm Team 8 Forecast

WEATHER WEAR
Sunglasses
Heavy Coat
Gloves and Mittens

TODAY
Clear and Cold Start
Plenty of Sunshine
Remaining Cold
HIGH: 35
LOW: 25
WINDS:  Variable 5-10 mph

SUNRISE  7:33 a.m.
SUNSET   5:20 p.m.

WHAT WE'RE TRACKING
Watch for Icy Spots
Sunniest Day in more than 3-Weeks!
Lt. Snow Thursday
Cold Weekend

TODAY  Today will be the sunniest day we've had in 3 1/2 weeks (of course, that's not saying much!).  Look for highs in the mid 30s with light winds. 

TONIGHT  Clouds will be on the increase, with lows dropping into the low 20s.

THURSDAY   Skies will become mostly cloudy.  There is a chance of a light rain or snow shower.  The most likely area to see that would be along or east of I-69, though light snow could come as far north as the I-96 corridor by late afternoon.  Winds will turn to the southeast at 5-10 mph.

WEEKEND WEATHER  Friday looks partly sunny and mostly dry with highs in the low 40s.  Saturday we'll be cloudy with a chance of a period of last snow.  Temperatures will be only in the mid 30s.  We'll be partly to mostly cloudy on Sunday with a chance of flurries.  Temperatures will be stuck in the 30s again. 

LOOKING AHEAD   A moderating trend appears to be on the horizon, with temperatures warming back to near average (mid-upper 40s) toward the middle of next week. 

Bill's Blog  Bill shows you how much snow has built up in Canada and Siberia and check out the long-range forecast. 


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