Still Bitterly Cold
Monday was another cold day with variable cloud cover and occasional lake-effect flurries with temperatures in the 10s.
Monday night will be partly cloudy with a few lake-effect flurries along the lakeshore and becoming mostly clear inland. Temperatures will drop into the 0s along the lakeshore and from -3° to +2° inland. Winds will be west at 5-10 mph inland and become calm by daybreak while winds along the lakeshore will be northwest at 6-12 mph before becoming calm. Wind chills will be around -8° to -13°.
Tuesday will be partly cloudy to mostly sunny and bitterly cold with temperatures in the mid 10s. Winds will be south at 4-8 mph inland and 6-12 mph along the lakeshore. Wind chills will be around 5-10°.
Tuesday night will be mostly clear and cold with temperatures in the 0s. Winds will be south at 4-8 mp inland increasing to 5-10 mph and south at 7-14 mph along the lakeshore. Wind chills will be around -6° to -11°.
Wednesday will be partly cloudy and not as cold with temperatures in the low 20s. Winds will be south at 6-12 mph inland and 8-16 mph along the lakeshore. Wind chills will be around 11-16°.
Thursday will be partly to mostly cloudy with light snow possible along and south of US-10. Temperatures will be in the mid 20s. Winds will be strong from the south at 10-20 mph inland and 20-25 mph along the lakeshore.
Friday and Saturday will be partly sunny and not as cold with temperatures in the mid 20s Saturday. Winds will be northwest. Snow is possible Saturday night.
Sunday, after morning snow ends skies will become partly cloudy with temperatures near 30°. Winds will be east-northeast. More snow is likely Sunday night.
Monday will be cloudy with a rain/snow mix with temperatures in the mid 30s. Winds will be strong from the south.
The 6-10 Day Outlook for Sun. Feb. 16 through Thu. Feb. 20 calls for near average temperatures and above average precipitation. Average highs are around 34-35° with average precipitation of .33" and 2.6" snow.
The 8-14 Day Outlook for Thu. Feb. 18 through Mon. Feb. 24 calls for above average temperatures and above average precipitation. Average highs are around 34-36° with average precipitation of 0.48" and 3.5" snow.
Make it a terrific Tuesday!
Chief Meteorologist George Lessens
Chief Meteorologist George Lessens is a graduate of Penn State University working for WZZM 13 for 33+ years. He is a ten-time MAB® Weathercast Award Winner and two-Time EMMY® Award Winner.