Temps began to “free-fall” across the region Monday, but moisture moving in and lake effect snow developing tonight, heavy snow will be possible for some. A lake effect snow advisory is in effect for our counties along Lake Superior until 7 AM Tuesday, as well as a winter weather advisory is in effect until 5 AM Tuesday for Menominee county.
Snow and cold will enter during the evening with accumulations between 4-8 inches for most of the area. Lows will drop to the upper teens and lower-20s, while winds come out of the northwest at 10 to 20 miles per hour. Tuesday, snow ends early, with only minor additional accumulations. High temps look to top off in the mid and upper-20s, while winds weaken out of the northwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. Tomorrow night, skies are expected to be mostly cloudy, as the colder air settles in.
Lows will bottom out between the low to mid teens, while winds weaken around five mph out of the southwest. Wednesday will bring some sun along with isolated flurries to the region, which should make for an easy travel day before Thanksgiving.