Midday Monday Update

Good afternoon, folks. Not a whole lot of change to update you guys on for the big holiday week and weekend. We continue to track two cold shots our way, with the one coming over the traditional weekend being the stronger of the two.

The first arrives with a cold front Tuesday night. This front tries to touch off a light shower with a wet snowflake in the far north…

Temps take a dive behind the front and are back into the 20s by Wednesday morning. Highs on the busy travel day will be way below normal with upper 30s and low 40s…

Thanksgiving Day is very cold to start with temps deep into the 20s. Afternoon highs reach the 40s with mainly sunny skies.

Black Friday looks windy with upper 20s in the morning and 45-50 in the afternoon. Clouds will increase, ahead of our next cold front that arrives on Saturday. This front will bring a gusty line of rains with it…

Once again, temps tumble behind the front on a strong northwesterly wind. The GFS gets those winds in good shape to deliver some snow showers and flurries from Lake Michigan on Sunday…

That’s a darn cold air mass showing up in the eastern part of the country late this weekend into early next week…

A brief bounce back appears to come after that early next week, before we are likely tracking another powerful storm system impacting the region. The track on that one might be fun to follow.

I will have another update this evening. Enjoy the day and take care.


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3 Responses to Midday Monday Update

  1. Coffeelady says:

    Thanks Chris. Black Friday shoppers will be in the holiday mood with that cold forecast for sure! Have a great afternoon all!

  2. Andy Rose says:

    Temp here has recovered very nicely today compared to where it started.

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