A Wind Chill Advisory has been issued for the entire area, from 6 p.m. Thursday until 11 a.m. Saturday as values will drop to as low as 20 degrees below zero. A system will move in Sunday, bringing warmer temperatures and a rain/snow mix.
- Wind chills stay below zero through Saturday
- Some flurries or a light snow shower tonight and Friday evening
- Storm brings rain and snow to the end of the weekend
This evening/overnight: Mostly cloudy and very cold through the evening with temperatures falling through the teens. Northwest flow off of Lake Michigan may bring a few flurries or some light snow showers into the area, mainly north and west. Wind chill advisory in effect from 6 tonight through 11 a.m. Saturday. Overnight lows will fall below zero with wind chills ranging between -10 to -20.
Friday: A FRIGID morning with temperatures below zero and wind chill ranging between -10 to -20. Slight chance for a few flurries in the morning, then clouds break through the day. Highs only reach into the upper single digits. Wind chills will likely remain below zero all afternoon. Overnight some scattered clouds remain and dangerously cold again with wind chills back down to 10 to 20 below zero.
Saturday: Even colder morning with air temperatures around five below zero. Wind chill values will range from -10 to -20. Wind chills will climb above zero into the afternoon. Highs reach into the lower teens with more sunshine.
Sunday: Cloud increase quickly ahead of a system that may bring mainly snow, perhaps some sleet or rain mixing into the evening and overnight. A push of warmer air arrives ahead of this system, and temperatures may reach to around 30 degrees. It’s this bump in temperatures that could allow for some wintry mix with the snow initially before changing over to all snow.
Monday: Temperatures will be hovering around freezing with snow falling. Some mixing may begin as temperatures slowly climb. Might briefly change to rain in the afternoon as we push to the mid to upper 30s. Due to the long stretch of cold weather leading up to this storm, it’s important to note that road temperatures may lag in the warming process and initially if we change to rain, the road may still be cold enough to stay icy. Temperatures drop quickly into the night.
Tuesday: Partly sunny and colder with morning lows in the 20s and highs around 30 degrees.