7:00 AM | Some snow tonight from clipper low and an Arctic front...more important storm possible later Sunday into Monday

6-Day Forecast


Becoming mainly cloudy, cold, chance for snow late in the day which could be mixed with sleet in spots, highs in the low 30’s


Occasional snow likely during the evening hours, cold, accumulations on the order of a coating to an inch or so possible, lows by morning in the mid 20’s


Partly sunny, quite windy, cold, chance for a few snow showers, highs near 30 degrees

Friday Night

Brutal cold with mostly clear skies, blustery, single digits are possible for overnight low temperatures


Mostly sunny, breezy, brutal cold, near 20 degrees for highs


Mostly cloudy, cold, chance for snow late in the day continuing at night, upper 20's


Snow possible early, windy, cold, temperatures hold in the 20's, bitter cold at night


Mostly sunny, brutal cold, near 20 degrees


A clipper low pressure system with Arctic air behind it will drop southeastward today across the eastern Great Lakes and produce snow late today into tonight with a coating to an inch or so possible. It is possible that sleet mixes in at times and there can be slippery spots on the roadways. Strong winds on Friday behind the system will usher in a very cold air mass and temperatures should plunge to the lower teens late tomorrow night. After a very cold Saturday, clouds will increase on Sunday as an area of low pressure approaches from the southwest. As a result, snow is possible later Sunday into Monday, possibly mixed with rain or sleet at times, but there is the potential for several inches of snow accumulation. Brutal cold air will affect the region during much of next week.