Today’s Forecast: Updated 4/20/2021 2:50 pm

*Another Night of Cold: Teens & 20s

*Some Lake Effect Snow

*Warmer for the end of the Week

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*Freeze Warning for Leelanau, Antrim, Benzie, Grand Traverse, Manistee, Charlevoix, Mason, Lake, Oceana & Newaygo Counties. Temperatures will fall into the teens to mid-20s & could kill crops if not taken care of.

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This Evening: Some Sunshine – Flurries

Dress warm if headed out as temps are in the 30s for most with wind chill dipping into the 20s.

There is partial clearing going on but clouds and some lake effect flurries are still going in spots as well.

Winds are NW at 8-18 mph giving a good bite to the air.

Tonight: Even Colder – Some Lake Effect

Skies show improvement away from the typical lake effect areas.

NW lake effect continues but with nothing more than a dusting possible.

It’s all due to the cold air delivering the freeze conditions.

Lows range from 15-25 degrees with light NW/N winds at 3-8 mph.

Tomorrow: More Clouds with Isolated Snow Showers

The cold NW flow continues developing clouds and some snow showers.

Away from the lake effect, skies brighten so you may need sunglasses.

Highs are still cold with readings of 35 to 44 degrees.

Winds could gust up to 18 mph, so wind chills are still very cold.

Thursday – Friday: Looking Brighter

After a cold start Thursday, plan on a nice mix of sun and clouds for the day.

Highs warm up nicely reaching the mid-40s to mid-50s.

Friday is warmer starting with a lot of sun but ending with plenty of clouds.

Highs range from 55 to 63 degrees.

Your Weekend: Looking 50/50

You’ll need the umbrella Saturday as clouds and rain showers are back.

Sunday is dry with sun and clouds. High both days warm into the mid-40s to mid-50s.

-Tom

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