FORECAST UPDATED 1:19 PM TUESDAY
A weak storm storm system will move north of the region tonight. As it does, our winds will switch out of the northwest. This is a favorable wind trajectory for lake enhanced snow. The storm system itself is lacking moisture. Still, it looks to pick up enough lake moisture to produce up to 1" of snow north of Highway 8 overnight. Otherwise, expect cloudy to mostly cloudy skies, a gusty west northwest wind and low temperatures in the upper 20s.
Mostly cloudy and cooler tomorrow. The west northwest wind will occasionally gust near 25 MPH as air temperatures struggle to leave the upper 30s.
Mostly clear and cold tomorrow night. That strange noise will most likely be your furnace as air temperatures settle in the middle 20s.
Looking ahead, A push of warm air Thursday will be the first sign of a messy weather system set to arrive Friday. High temperatures will reach for the low to middle 50s on a gusty south breeze. Rain showers are a good bet Friday before they begin to mix with snow as temperatures drop Saturday.
MAKE it a GREAT Day!