StormTeam Outlook: Friday, December 9th, 2016
Chief Meteorologist Justin Liles
Colder air has settled in and after waking up to the coldest air this winter so far, we going to be seeing this trend for a while. Single digit lows are once again likely overnight. Winds won’t be as strong as Friday morning but wind chills are still expected to be below zero. Another snow maker is expected to arrive Saturday afternoon and evening, which may bring some additional accumulation. Snowfall amounts will likely be on the lower end and most of the snow will fall south of the Twin Ports.
The colder temperatures we encountered at the end of this week will seem warm compared to the cold air arriving by Tuesday. Daytime highs are going to be slightly above zero and overnight lows will be way below zero. With the return of northwesterly winds, more lake effect snow is possible Tuesday and Wednesday along the south shore.