TODAY/TONIGHT: An area of low pressure to our south will continue to bring snow to the region today. Snow will begin to diminish this afternoon from west to east, although the South Shore will continue to see lake effect snow into tonight. Models have backed off on totals a bit, but there is a layer of ice under the snow already, so roads are very slick. Totals in the Ports will be between 4-8” and that will include areas surrounding the Ports. Grand Rapids to Orr and I. Falls will see 1-4”. Northern Wisconsin could still see 6-10” of snow, especially higher totals along the Snow-Belt region. Winds will also be breezy out of the NNW 10-20mph. Temperatures will be plummeting throughout the day.
Tonight we will see lows fall well below zero. Single digits below zero in the Ports, but some teens below zero to our north. Lake effect snow will continue along the South Shore, but it will be lighter as the winds calm.
TUESDAY: On Tuesday we will see partly sunny to partly cloudy skies. Highs will be in the single digits with winds out of the northwest 5-10mph. Wind chills will be in the teens and 20’s below zero.
WEDNESDAY: Wednesday we will see morning lows in the teens and 20’s below zero! Wind chill values in the morning could be in the 20’s and 30’s below zero as well! Highs will be struggling to make it above zero. Expect partly cloudy skies.
THURSDAY: Thursday we will see a push of warm air, which will bring a chance of some light snow to the region. Highs will be in the teens. We will really feel the warmer air on Friday.