Storm Team 8 Forecast

TONIGHT
Cloudy and Mild
Chance of a Flurry
LOW: 34
WINDS: S 10 mph

SUNRISE 8:03 a.m.
SUNSET 5:08 p.m.

WHAT WE’RE TRACKING
Wintry Mix North of I-96 Thursday
Milder Thursday & Friday

TONIGHT Cloudy and mild tonight with a flurry possible. The wind will remain out of the south and die down. Temperatures will remain steady in the low to mid 30s.

FRIDAY Mostly cloudy and dry Friday with an afternoon high around 40-degrees and not as breezy.

WEEKEND PREVIEW A weak area of low pressure will move through Saturday that looks to begin as rain then transition over to snow. The first half of Saturday looks dry. Light accumulating snow appears possible Saturday night. It will be breezy and colder Sunday with a the chance of lake effect snow showers during the morning.

MONDAY A wave of low pressure will pass south of the area with the potential to drop a lot of snow. The forecast track is still not set in stone, which means our southern counties especially could see some shovel-able snow Monday night into Tuesday.

Check out Bill’s Blog: Read about the long range outlook, and more on the next storm headed our way.