Monday brings big changes our way.
Light accumulation is possible, however, any accumulation on the roads is unlikely. When temperatures drop overnight any moisture we have on the roadways will have the potential to freeze and cause icy spots for your Monday morning commute. A fair amount of sun on Tuesday, but daytime temps only peaking in the upper teens to low 20s. Plan ahead to give yourself extra time with possible slick roads especially on bridges and overpasses. A cold Veterans Day with a mix of clouds and some sun.
If you live in the snow belt, be prepared for Lake Effect Snow. Near record lows are also anticipated for Tuesday morning with readings starting the day in the single digits to near zero. These lake effect showers will continue throughout Tuesday for our communities along and west of US-131 with our highest totals expected south near I-94.More news: Golden State Warriors Steph Curry will miss the rest of the season
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National Weather Service meteorologist Kevin Donofrio said Saturday that the weather service's National Digital Forecast Database indicates that some 200 records might fall between Monday and Wednesday. Precipitation will end by Tuesday evening. Snow will begin as early as 7 AM on Monday for our northern counties. A chance of scattered snow showers or flurries.
Wednesday, Nov. 13: The passage of the storm system will result in a new cold snap.
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