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Snow Showers Ending
LOW: 8 (Teens Lakeshore)
WINDS: W-SW 5-15 mph
SUNRISE 7:58 a.m.
SUNSET 5:53 p.m.
TONIGHT Snow showers end this evening with partial clearing. Lows will slip to the upper single digits inland and teens at the lakeshore.
MID-WEEK Some sunshine looks likely for Wednesday and Thursday! Temperatures remain colder than “average”, with highs in the mid-upper 20s.
LATE WEEK An Arctic cold front drops through later Thursday with widespread snow developing. It will also bring in a fresh round of cold air. Highs Friday will likely remain in the teens, with morning lows near or below zero.
WEEKEND Saturday morning will certainly be the coldest of the weekend days with subzero temperatures possible Saturday morning. It appears there will be a strong rebound in temperatures with highs in the 20s Saturday and 30s Sunday.
LOOKING AHEAD The 8-14 Day outlook shows warmer air building back into the central and eastern United States by mid-February.