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Blustery & snowy conditions pose hazardous travel

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Weather Updates from TV6 Meteorologists Karl Bohnak and Jennifer Perez

A system moving into Ontario is bringing arctic air and windy conditions to the area. Lake effect snow will continue along northwest wind belts through tomorrow. Additional snow amounts could push up to 8″ in the high elevations of the Western U.P. In Marquette and Alger counties a range of 3-6″ likely into Saturday. We will encounter some hazardous conditions like blowing snow and icy roads. Drive with care! Otherwise, plan on a chilly one through Christmas day! Windchills readings will be below zero.

Today: Snowy and blustery with temperatures falling

>Afternoon Temps: Single numbers west, teens elsewhere

Christmas: Light lake effect across the north and chilly

>Highs: Teen west, low 20s east

Saturday: Mostly cloudy with a few flurries early on

>Highs: Low to mid-20s

Sunday: Cloudy with snow moving by the evening

>Highs: Low 20s

Monday: Lake effect snow showers with mostly cloudy skies

>Highs: Teens

Tuesday: Cloudy and chilly

>Highs: Continued teens

Wednesday: Snow spreading across the area

>Highs: Low to mid-20s

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