Tonight to Thursday…………& BeyondDecember 4th, 2012 at 5:18 pm by Chad Evans under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog
Skies are clearing & band of rain is now well off to our east.
If the winds can diminish enough, some fog may form with all of the frost. Lows will drop to 27-32.
Wednesday looks bright & nice, but a bit cool (the sun will feel good though) with highs of 37-44.
With increasing clouds, high will run 44-50 Thursday after mid 20s in the morning.
Storm system will arrive Friday with showers & 50s. However, as cold upper trough swings in from the Gulf of Alaska & into the Plains & Midwest, a storm system will bring rain to our area, perhaps ending as snow.
The band of all snow looks to be just to our northwest & west with accumulating snow possible New Mexico, Oklahoma & Kansas to Missouri, Illinois & Michigan. We will watch.
GFS has 4-8″ Kansas to Iowa (8″ bulls eyes in Iowa) & 3-5″ southern Wisconsin/far northern Illinois. Here, has 1″ or less on grassy & elevated surfaces & 1-2″ around Fort Wayne, Toledo to Detroit.