A few high clouds today and later this week otherwise lots of sunshine and warm. Our next chance of rain looks like perhaps early next week. Meanwhile, brutal wind chills for the upper Midwest and Lake Effect Snow for the Great Lakes as Arctic air spills south. Mike has more in this morning’s Coffee and a Forecast.
Arctic blast invading the upper Midwest while we stay cozy and warm. Mike gets his Taylor Swift on and shows us the warm and the cold of it in this morning’s Coffee and a Forecast.
Cold air out, warmer air in and some breezes the next couple of days in the transition. Mike shows us how warm how soon in this morning’s Coffee and a Forecast.
Record low already this morning with time before sunrise to get even colder. Mike shows us teens everywhere and the promise of a warm up soon.
The cold front has moved through and now the cold air is moving in. Mike drinks yogurt and has your forecast in this morning’s Coffee and a Forecast:
After a beautiful sunrise (see below) we had increasing clouds and breezes as expected. Winds finally became southerly and then southwesterly in the afternoon and that allowed the temperature to climb just 2 degrees above the seasonal average after starting the day at average. All in all an average day except for the wind gusting to around 30 and the cloud cover. Here are the numbers:
This mornings sunrise. Notice the lenticular cloud forming over the Catalina Mountains. Always indicative of strong winds. Beautiful colors too with Pusch Peak in the foreground.
Here comes our cold front followed by the dramatic chill. Increasing clouds and wind today and even more wind with a chance of rain tonight as the front moves through. Maybe even some snow mixed in with the rain in the early morning hours. After that the story is the cold for the next 4 or 5 days with lows in the 20s and highs in the 40s. Monday could even see some light snow down to 2,500 feet! Mike outlines it all in this morning’s Coffee and a Forecast: