After a cloudy start, our skies will become partly cloudy this afternoon. It will be another windy day with gusts to 30 mph out of the west. Combine the winds with highs only reaching the lower 40â??s, which feels-like temps stay in the 30â??s all day. Our normal high for this date for the past 30 years measures at 49 degrees.
We will get another â??spring teaseâ?? to kick-off the weekend tomorrow. After a few stray flurries early, we will see some partial clearing with highs topping out near 50.
The last Arctic Airmass of the season follows a cold front Friday night, and we will turn cold again over the weekend and for the first half of next week.
Some sunshine will break out Saturday afternoon with highs in the lower 40â??s. Sunday looks mostly sunny, but very cold with highs not even getting to the freezing mark at about 31 degrees the high in the Glass City.
Monday looks quiet but cold. A weak system moving through the region Tuesday could deliver light accumulating snow!
It looks like Spring will finally make it towards the end of next week. It looks like weâ??ll see a shift in the Jet Stream pattern to allow for a well-deserved and lasting warm-up.
Letâ??s hope the models are right onâ?¦ weâ??re more than ready to say goodbye to the bitter cold and snow for good!