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StormTeam 8 Detailed Forecast

Published On: Feb 05 2014 02:41:24 PM CST
Updated On: Nov 25 2014 05:21:11 PM CST
Cory Malles

WKBT, News8000.com

Cory Malles

StormTeam 8 Forecast:  High 28° / Low 18°... Thickening clouds tonight. Light snow tomorrow. Dry, but cold for Thanksgiving Day.

Updated Tuesday, November 25, 2014 at 5:17 PM...

We were in between weather systems today. The result was some sunshine. While it didn'y help with the chilly temperatures, it did make for a nice day.

Unfortunately, clouds will increase again tonight as a clipper system approaches from the Northern Plains. Temperatures will fall into the teen early on, but should hold steady or rise later tonight.

The clipper system will track by to our south/west on Wednesday and combine with an arctic cold front moving in from the north. The two will combine to bring a chance of light snow Wednesday and Wednesday night. At this point, it looks like just minor accumulations of a trace to 2" will be possible. The best chance for seeing 2" of snow will be west of the Miss. River. Stay tuned for updates on forecast snowfall on this big travel day for Thanksgiving. Speaking of Thanksgiving, it continues to look dry... but cold with highs only in the upper teens to near 20º.

Looking Ahead... A weak system will bring some clouds and a slight chance of light snow Thursday night into early Friday. Temps warm back to around 30º for highs, but early morning temps will be in the low-mid teens for you Black Friday shoppers.

Warmer air filters in from the south on Saturday and should push highs into the mid-upper 30s. With the warmer air could come some clouds and drizzle, perhaps even a light wintry mix. Sunday and Monday are looking dry, but chilly with highs slipping back into the mid-upper 20s.

Another system could bring a light wintry mix Tuesday and some snow on Wednesday. Temps will continue to bounce around, but mostly remain below average.

Have a great night! -Cory Malles

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