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Thursday, 11/26

  • 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.

Friday, 11/27
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.

Saturday, 11/28
High pressure builds across the Midwest providing ample sunshine. Highs in the lower 50s. Partly cloudy overnight. Winds become SW 10-20 mph.

Sunday, 11/29
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.

Monday, 11/30
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.

Tuesday, 12/1
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.

Wednesday, 12/2
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.

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