Storms move, cold temperatures move inwards

Storms move, cold temperatures move inwards

After another day of high temperatures and low humidity in the 70s, the cold ground stormed this afternoon and evening. They have now moved over the top of the lake, with scattered rain until 8 p.m.

The wind is blowing, 40-50 miles as it moves through the front guests. All SE WIs are on a wind instrument until 4 p.m. Temps freeze in the morning with the wind cold of the twenties.

The minimum wind is 10-20 miles in the morning. It will be sunny and cold on Wednesday with lows of 40 to 40 degrees. The wind becomes lighter.

Thursday is sunny and seasonal 52, and Thursday night can be a bit chilly. Friday sunshine, wind and cold are 40.

Saturday is a gloomy, windy and rainy day, high in the 40s and a chance for a few snowflakes to gather in the morning. On high Sundays in the low 50s we see more sunshine.

TONIGHT: Clears, wind and cold
Minimum: 34
Wind: W 30-50 miles, then 15-20 miles in the morning

Wednesday: Mostly sunny, windy and cold
High: 46
Wind: WSW 10-15 mph

Thursday: Mostly sunny and beautiful
High: 52
Wind: SSW 5-15 mph

Friday: Mostly sunny, windy and cold
High: 40
Wind: NW 10-20 miles

Saturday: Clear weather, wind and cold AM rain / snow, then chance of rain
High: 45
Wind: SE 15-25 mph

Sunday: Partly clear weather and wind
High: 52
Wind: SW 15-20 mph

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