Mix may make roads slick on Saturday
An Alberta Clipper may clip along the Canadian border Friday night and Saturday to create a trace to an inch of rain/snow mix. The tail end of the system could keep a few flurries flying through Sunday. After that, temperatures will be near normal for the week ahead. The week ahead may also hold a few more fleeting flurry fly-bys.
FRIDAY NIGHT & SATURDAY MORNING:
The sky will become mostly cloudy as an Alberta Clipper approaches from the western seaboard. After midnight, a 30% chance for a rain and snow mix will begin to fall. Morning low temperatures will run 15-20 inland and 20-25 by Lake Superior. The wind will be SE 5-15 mph.
The mix chance will bump up to 40%. Most towns should only get a trace to an inch of accumulation. The Snowbelt of the South Shore, of course, may double that with a touch of lake enhancement and lake effect. The high temp will be 30-35 which is close to normal. The wind will be NW 5-15 mph.
The tail end of the clipper system will make for a partly sunny sky with a 20% chance for a couple of flurries. The low temp that morning will be 21. The high will be 30. The wind will be S 5-15 mph.
It will be partly sunny and dry from Monday through Tuesday. Another clipper may clip us with 30% flurry shots both Wednesday and Thursday of next week. The following Friday should be cloudy but dry. Lows this week run 18-23. The highs will go 30-37. These numbers are close to normal for the start of December.
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