It’s been a few freezing days here in Mid-Michigan, but the middle of the week seeks to give us a little bit of relief.
After a brief sunshine Tuesday afternoon, we will look for clouds to start rising again this evening. No rain or snow shower is expected overnight, as the focus remains on the cold. Fortunately, we’ll be making a little headway against that … the focus is on “a little”.
A warm front to our west will sweep the state overnight, bringing teenage temperatures closer to low 20s to 30 degrees at sunrise. Windy conditions will compensate for that a bit, but at least milder temperatures mean milder wind chills that could have been worse!
The sky is expected to be mostly cloudy all day Wednesday. A weak system should move past lunchtime in the afternoon and early evening.
This system is expected to produce light snow as it passes through the second half of the day. All accumulations with this system should be light at this time, 1 “or less for the most part.
High temperatures are expected to return to the low and mid-30s for the afternoon. Our westerly winds are expected to be slightly lighter around 5 to 15 mph, so the wind chills are expected to be warmer than the previous days in the 1920s, near 30s.
As always, stay tuned for forecast updates!
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