Storm Team 27: A windy and stormy weekend


The weekend storm will bring wind, rain, thunderstorms and snow. It will start with rain and chance for storms by early Saturday morning.

We will start early Saturday morning with heavy rain possible, as well as a chance for thunderstorms. Moderate to heavy rain will be possible Saturday into Saturday night. Thunderstorms will be possible too. Rainfall could accumulate 1.25" to 1.75" by Saturday night! It will be windy too, with gusts to 40 mph or higher.

Temperatures will turn colder Saturday night with windy weather. The risk for snow showers will return by Sunday morning. Snow showers will sweep through the area Sunday with a blustery wind. The heaviest snow will fall in the snowbelt. Right now, it looks like around a Trace" to 2" will be possible north and east of the turnpike. Heavier snow will fall in the northern snowbelt through early Monday morning. We will get a better handle on snow totals as we near the event this weekend.

Better weather will try to move in toward Thanksgiving.


Through morning: Becoming breezy.  Rain likely.

Chance for thunder. (100%)

Low: 36 (Climbing through the night)

Saturday: Rain likely, chance for thunderstorms. Heavy rain possible - 1.25" to 1.75" possible. Windy - Gusts to 40mph or higher. (100%)

High: 56

Saturday night: Windy with rain or thunderstorms through the evening. Scattered rain mixing to some snow toward Sunday morning. (100%)

Low: 36

Sunday: Colder and windy. Scattered Lake effect snow showers. Accumulation a Trace to 2 inches with higher accumulation through the northern snowbelt. (80%)

High: 38

Monday: Mostly cloudy. Chance for snow showers early. Mainly in the snowbelt. (20%)

High: 41 Low: 26

Tuesday: Partly sunny.

High: 48 Low: 32

Wednesday: Mostly cloudy. Chance for a snow shower. (30%)

High: 37 Low: 31

Thursday: Partly sunny.

High: 39 Low: 27

Friday: Partly sunny. Isolated snow shower. (20%)

High: 37 Low: 26

Saturday: Chance for a rain or snow shower. (40%)

High: 40 Low: 30


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