Weather Updates from TV6 Meteorologists Karl Bohnak and Jennifer Perez
Our next front comes this weekend. The main hazard will be strong gusty winds on both Saturday and Sunday. Tomorrow will be warmer with gusty southerly winds. So, if you’re trick or treating during the afternoon conditions look good, but make sure your costume is strapped on tightly. Rain showers will begin to move in late in the afternoon across the west and spread east during the evening. Once the front moves through at night snow will develop along northwesterly wind belts and continue through Sunday afternoon. Winds will continue gusting around 40 to 45mph. This could lead to blowing snow, reduced visibility, and large waves. The pattern next week looks drier and warmer with highs gradually climbing into the 50s!
Today: Flurries early on with clouds clearing during the afternoon
- Highs: Low to mid 30s
Saturday: Sunny early on with clouds increasing. Plus, windy and warm with rain late in the day
- Highs: Mid to upper 40s
Sunday: Widespread snow, especially along the northwesterly wind belts. Snowfall amounts will range 1-3″ with up to 5″ in the higher elevations across the western U.P.
- Highs: Upper 20s to low 30s
Monday: Mostly cloudy and cool
- Highs: Low 40s
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, dry, and warmer
- Highs: Upper 40s to low 50s
Wednesday: Mostly sunny and warmer
- Highs: Mainly 50s
Thursday: Partly cloudy and unseasonably warm
- Highs: Upper 50s to low 60s
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