First Alert Weather: Light lake effect snow Wednesday morning
Sunshine will return going into the weekend
Tuesday produced precipitation as expected with snow, rain and at times rain and snow. The wet weather will start to come to an end Wednesday morning as this system closes with light lake effect snow. The two big weather stories we will be following the rest of the week will be the 50s for a couple of days and a strong low pressure system this weekend. Highs will warm to around 50 degrees on Thursday and the middle 50s on Friday. This will be nearly 20° above average for this time of year. A low pressures system will approach the area this weekend and bring initially all rain on Saturday. A transition from rain to snow could come late Sunday and become all snow early Monday morning. At this time, impacts are still be ironed out as the uncertainty is still very high with this storm.
WEDNESDAY: Watch for a few patches of black ice Wednesday morning with any light lake effect snow showers. Going dry in the afternoon with peeks of sun by late day. High around 40F. Low 32F. Wind W at 5 to 15 mph.
THURSDAY: Increasing sunshine. High 50F. Low 42F. Wind SW at 10 to 20 mph.
EXTENDED FORECAST: After Tuesday’s system, temperatures rise into the late week ahead of next weekend’s low pressure. Highs could be into the mid-50s by Friday. This weekend we will continue to monitor a low pressure system moving into the Midwest and Great Lakes states. Both rain and snow are possible.
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