DAYBREAK WEATHER: It will be chilly, with some clouds around for the morning hours. Temperatures are in the upper teens to lower-20s with a wind chill in the teens.
MONDAY OUTLOOK: Sunshine and clouds are expected, with a high in the upper-30s. The high pressure that brought the weekend sunshine will shift east on Monday.
SNOW DEVELOPS INTO TUESDAY: Even though we’re a week and a day out from spring, we’ll still have plenty of winter weather for the first half of the week. A weak storm will move into the eastern Great Lakes and interact with the developing Nor’easter off of the east coast. This will generate snow showers for Tuesday and Wednesday.
HOW MUCH?: A light accumulation of less than an inch on Tuesday is expected. It will be up to an inch Tuesday night and into Wednesday. Wednesday, snow showers will be likely, but it will be light accumulation with mainly an inch or less with up to 2″ to 3″ north in the snow belt.
COLD THROUGH WEDNESDAY: It will be unseasonably cool for the first half of the week. Wednesday temperatures won’t crack 30°.
WARMING LATE WEEK: Temperatures will warm up Thursday and into Friday. Sunny skies are likely Friday ahead of a warm push.
WEEKEND WARM: While St. Patrick’s Day looks dry, there is a chance for evening and overnight showers into Sunday. Temperatures are in the mid-50s Saturday and Sunday.
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