Weather Updates from TV6 Meteorologists Karl Bohnak and Jennifer Perez
After morning fog light lake effect snow develops along northwest winds belts during the afternoon. Flurries linger in the east through tomorrow morning. High pressure moves clearing out clouds by the afternoon. Then, light rain/snow mix moves in ahead of a cold front Sunday afternoon. Looking ahead to the holiday week, seasonal air sticks around with mainly a dry trend. Tuesday is when we could see another round of rain/snow mix.
Today: Morning fog, with light snow showers during the afternoon in the west and east
>Highs: Low to mid-30s west, upper 30s elsewhere
Saturday: Morning flurries east, clouds clearing and skies turning sunny by the afternoon
>Highs: Low 30s north, mid-30s south
Sunday: Cloudy with afternoon rain/snow mix
>Highs: Mid 30s
Monday: Lingering light snow showers
>Highs: Continued 30s
Tuesday: Cloudy with rain and snow mix during the afternoon
Wednesday: Partly cloudy and mild
>Highs: 30s to around 40°
Thursday: Partly and mild
>Highs: Around 40°
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