Arctic cold is unfolding; Icy storm update on Monday

Detroit – An Arctic cold front is arriving in the region early on Friday morning.

At the time I am writing this article, (4 am Friday), the front temperature is low from the mid 30s (0 to 1 degree Celsius), and the front temperature has already dropped to 20 degrees (-7 degrees). Celsius on Houghton Lake).

Once passing through the front, our temperature will drop to the mid-20s (-4 to -3 degrees Celsius), and will remain almost constant for the balance of the day. However, a northwesterly wind moving at speeds of 10 to 20 mph will keep the wind gust down well in Kishore (-11 ° C).

There are a few snow showers with snow in front, but most of us don’t expect any accumulation – perhaps a dust in the thumb.

Today’s sunrise is 7:55 am, and today’s sunset is 5:35 pm

Most Friday nights are becoming clear, and this will be our coldest night of the winter season, thus far in the low teens (-11 ° C).

If you are a skier or snowboarder, Saturday seems like a great day to hit the slopes! We will have most of the sun in the morning, and then some high clouds in the afternoon. If we can keep that sunshine high in the upper 20s (-2 ° C) it won’t be too difficult to take. Oh, and the wind will be under 10 mph!

Clouds may increase on Saturday night, reaching near 20 degrees (-7 degrees Celsius).

Light snow develops on Sunday, and is not a big deal – accumulating an inch or less (probably less). High near 30 ° (-1 ° C).

I’m starting to see a slight trend towards a more common solution in nighttime computer models, and our Monday storm now looks like a Monday night storm.

I think most of Monday’s day will be dry, with some snow developing probably near the state’s border.

While there are still some small differences in the model that make a big difference in our forecast, it appears that snow will go north on Monday night. The best chance of seeing an accumulation of several inches is between M-59 / Hall Road and the state line. Certainly, the farther south you are in our area, the better chance you will see some impressive snow.

Apparently, I can’t possibly get any better about the amount of snow in this advance – especially with this storm-like situation (a sharp cutoff in snow on its northern edge). But in general, it seems to be a scenario Where the thumb meets just one or two inches, while the volume near the state line can reach five or six inches.

Again, this is primary, and can change. Fortunately, with Monday night time off, Brandon and I should be able to get real specific on Local 4 News Today Monday Morning, as well as and our app.

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