Today’s Forecast: Updated 1/19/2022 11:33 AM

*Windy with Falling Temps Today

*Lake Effect for Some

*Cold Again Tonight

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Today: Lake Effect and Dropping Temperatures

Get ready for quite the ride today.

A cold front is passing through the region this morning nad temperatures will steadily fall behind it.

YOur official highs will be in the teens and 20s but temperatures will be in the single digits and teens by this afternoon.

Winds stay strong out of the northwest at 20 to 30 mph and lake effect isn’t going anywhere.

Northwestern lakeshore areas will pick up an additional 1 to 3″ of snow by this evening.

Tonight: More Lake Effect

Lake effect continues through the night adding on another 1 to 2″ for lakeshore locations and those in the northwestern lower.

Temperatures drop below zero once again, we will be in the -10 to 10 range by morning.

Winds slack off to 5-15 mph for most but remain out of the northwest through the night.

Tomorrow: Lake Effect and a Few Peeks of Sun

The cold keeps the lake effect going with additional accumulations expected.

We top out in the single digits and teens with some peeks of sun by the afternoon.

Wind chills are below zero much of the day so be prepared!

Friday & The Weekend: Another Weak System

Skies will be mostly to partly sunny Friday but with isolated lake effect West of the Straits.

Highs warm into the mid teens to mid-20s.

A weak system rolls through Saturday delivering more snow.

Highs will be in the 20s.

Colder air then builds in Sunday setting off more lake effect snow.

Temperatures fall into the teens across the area.

-Madison

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