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Another big system on the way: Jenna Lake’s forecast

Tonight:
Skies will remain mostly cloudy tonight with winds calming down from the Northwest. Low temperatures tonight fall to the low teens.

Monday:
Partly cloudy skies will make for a nice start to the week, temperatures will rise to the upper 20’s. The sunshine combined with light winds out of the West will allow it to feel very tolerable outside. Temperatures will fall to the teens on Monday night.

Tuesday:
Enjoy the partly cloudy skies for one more day as a system moves in on Tuesday night. Temperatures will climb to the upper 30’s due to winds out of the South 10-15 mph. Chance of rain Tuesday night 30%. Temperatures fall to freezing overnight.

Wednesday: Rain
A high temperature of 42, that’s the bright side. There is also a 40% chance of rain. Winds will be out of the SE 5-10 mph. Lows on Wednesday night fall to 32 degrees and precipitation will continue.

Thursday: Rain –> Snow
Another high in the low 40’s is good news. The bad news is that it happens early, and as temperatures cool the rain that begins the day on Thursday turns to a mix, and eventually to snow overnight Thursday night. Winds will be strong out of the North. Lows on Thursday night fall to 25 degrees.

Friday: Snow
A 40% chance of snow for Friday. High temperatures will warm to 35 degrees. Winds will be out of the NW 10-15 miles per hour. Temperatures fall to the teens on Friday night.

Saturday & Sunday:
Partly cloudy and temperatures in the 30’s.

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Jenna Lake

Meteorologist

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