Weather Now Forecast

By Weather Team

March 3, 2012 Updated Jan 29, 2015 at 4:54 AM CST

COLDER THURSDAY




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DETAILED FORECAST

Thursday January, 29


TODAY/TONIGHT: Temperatures will be dropping throughout the day today. Strong NW Winds between 10-20mph will force colder air south, and add to the chill. The skies will gradually be clearing this afternoon as an area of high pressure sinks in from the north. Tonight we will be partly cloudy with lows below zero in many areas. The winds will also be calming down.



FRIDAY: The area of high pressure will begin to depart and as is does it will leave us with some SW winds 5-10mph. That should keep daytime highs in the teens. We will start out partly cloudy, but the clouds will build back in and thanks to a wave in the jetstream, we will see a chance of flurries. The best chance will be north of the Ports. Overnight there may be some flurries sneaking a little further south.



SATURDAY: There will be a chance of some morning flurries through the Arrowhead, Ports and Wisconsin in the morning. That chance will diminish by the afternoon. Highs will be around 20° for the Ports.



SUNDAY: The sun will return along with some high pressure. Highs will be limited to single digits as cold, arctic air settles in.




Make it a great day!




Adam Lorch


Morning Meteorologist



WEEKEND




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