Watching a midweek storm threat

Good Tuesday, everyone. One system pulls away from the region today, but another one is ready to take its place later Wednesday. This next system is a much stronger storm that can bring high winds and a few storms to the area.

Let’s start with today before we roll forward. Low clouds will be with us through the first part of the day, but slow clearing moves in as the day wears on. A late day mix of sun and clouds means temps should recover into the middle 50s for many.

The next storm system develops in the plains and heads toward the Great Lakes. This system is a HUGE storm that drags a cold front into our region Wednesday night. A line of showers and thunderstorms sweeps in from the west:

NAMThat line could mean some strong or severe storms for parts of the state. The best chance is across the west as the line fades a bit into the rest of the area.


With or without storms, high winds are a good bet. Gusts Wednesday night into Thursday could reach 40mph at times.

Chillier air moves in on Thursday with a much colder blast waiting for the weekend:

GFSHighs in the 40s and lows in the 20s look like a good bet from Friday into Saturday. The good news? Skies should me mainly clear.

Another storm will then make a run at us early next week. That would could bring more wind and rain with cold air coming in behind it.

Make it a great day and take care.

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