Cold Air Continues ... A Few Dustings Possible This Week ... Great Looking Thanksgiving ... Meteorologist Randi Burns Helps You Get Out The Door Monday Morning on Newschannel 3!
Tonight Partly cloudy with a low in the middle 20s. Winds SW around 5 mph.
Monday: Mainly cloudy and still cold. Highs in the upper 30s. A few flurries possible, especially after dark. Wind SW 5-10 mph.
Monday Night: Partly cloudy with scattered light snow showers. Lows fall into the middle 20s. Wind NW 5-10 mph.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy and cold with light snow possible in the early morning then again late. Highs only climb into the lower to mid 30s. Wind NW 10-15 mph.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy skies with warmer temperatures. Highs right around 40 degrees. Wind WNW 10-20 mph.
Thanksgiving: Plenty of sunshine but still chilly. Highs around 40 during the afternoon. Wind SE 10-15 mph.
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Our weather remains quiet overnight, with mostly cloudy skies and lows falling into the middle 20s. Monday starts off mostly cloudy with a few flurries by the afternoon and evening.
Cloud cover returns to kick off the (hopefully short) work week as a series of weak disturbances track through the region. The first arrives late Monday into Tuesday morning. With air still cold enough to support snow overhead, we could see a light dusting in the time frame mentioned. Another system clips the northern Lower Peninsula overnight Tuesday into Wednesday, bringing yet another shot at light snow showers overnight. With both of these systems, major impacts are not expected. Any light snow showers should be exiting West Michigan by Wednesday afternoon.
By Thanksgiving, a pattern change looks to be moving in -- one that will bring more sunshine and warmer temperatures. Highs still look chilly for Thanksgiving, as models now show some colder temperatures sticking around thorough Thursday. Regardless, sunshine still looks to dominate, making for a beautiful afternoon for the holiday. By Friday, highs could warm above average for the first time in about two weeks! Another system brings rain late Friday and into next weekend.
Catch Randi Burns Monday Morning on Newschannel 3 for a fresh look at your holiday weekend!
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