Gino Recchia NBC26 Weather Forecast

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Published on February 24, 2020 - Duration: 03:49s

Gino Recchia NBC26 Weather Forecast

Tonight, mostly clear skies will drop temperatures down into the upper teens and lower 20s with a light northwest wind around 5 to 10 mph.

Monday will be cooler with highs back in the mid and upper 30s.

This is still 5 degrees above average.

We will see clouds begin to increase out from the west later in the afternoon and evening.

Winds will be light out of the northeast at 5 to 10 mph.

A strong winter storm is currently projected to impacts parts of the Great Lakes Tuesday into Wednesday.

Two areas of low pressure, one coming from Alberta, another one coming from Colorado, will fuse together somewhere in the southern Midwest/Great Lakes region.

This will result in a prolonged event that will produce at least several inches of snowfall.

A winter storm watch has been issued for Fond du Lac and Sheboygan counties because of this risk.

Where exactly the heaviest of the snowfall will occur is still uncertain but the latest trends on the data we are digesting is showing a southern shift to Southern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois.

This would result in just our far southern areas getting a light accumulation.

The storm could easily shift further south or further north in its forecast projection in the next 24-36 hours so this is not carved into stone just yet.

Whether or not we see snow from this storm, cold air wrapping around it will drive temperatures down into the mid and lower 20s Wednesday through Saturday.

More mild air will return Sunday through the following week, melting the snow pack once again.

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