Blog: Average For Now, But Changes Next Week

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The past 3 weekends, at least one of the days had rain. But this weekend, we’re completely dry! Nothing to worry about. Right on track for average- highs in the upper 40s, low 50s and overnight lows around 30. 

Next week, we start off the same way. Upper 40s on Monday with a mix of sun and clouds! Tuesday is when the pattern changes, much warmer for Tuesday with highs in the upper 50s. Then we come tumbling down but there’s still some uncertainty in this so I’ll give you the possibilities of what could happen. 

This arctic air could be historic for many areas in the Great Lakes region. It’s going to stay below zero for several days. Talk about cold! Is it going to affect us here? In a way, yes. But it certainly won’t be that cold! We’ll be on the fringes of this cold air so it will drop us below average but highs will still be in the 30s. 

With that cold front moving through, there’s a chance for some rain Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. Through the overnight hours there’s a good chance we drop below freezing, so if the timing of the system lines up, this could mean some rain turns into a wintry mix. It’s too early to say if this timing will line up but we’ll keep you updated over the next couple of days! 

-Meteorologist Casey Lehecka

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