- Thanksgiving Day. Clouds are slow to dissipate as low pressure drifts off to the east and a new cold front approaches from the west.
- Clouds, fog and perhaps a few sprinkles persist through the morning hours with a chance of breaks developing and the sun shining through during the afternoon.
- Highs in the mid to upper 40s.
- Clouds thicken up a bit and we can even experience a few sprinkles overnight.
- SW winds 10-15 mph.
Cloudiness follows a cold front as it moves through the area early. Becoming mostly sunny in the afternoon. Temps climb into the mid and upper 40s. SW winds become NW 10-20 mph. Clearing skies overnight.
High pressure builds across the Midwest providing ample sunshine. Highs in the lower 50s. Partly cloudy overnight. Winds become SW 10-20 mph.
Perhaps a little sun early, but clouds increase and thicken from the west. A chance of showers just ahead of a cold front that will bring much colder air with rain mixed with snow overnight. SW winds shift NW 15-25 mph.
Much colder with strong N/NE winds gusting over 30 mph and occasional snow showers. Highs 30-35 with wind chills in the lower 20s. Windy, cold with some snow accumulations overnight possible especially lakeside.
Mostly cloudy with strong NW winds, snow showers and cold. Highs in the lower 30s with wind chills in the 20s. Partly cloudy, cold overnight with a chance of snow showers. Accumulation possible near the lake.
Partly cloudy, continued windy and cold with a few snow flurries possible. Highs in the mid 30s. Diminishing clouds overnight. Northerly winds 15-25 mph.