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Tuesday's Forecast:A clipper will push through the Northland Tuesday morning through the afternoon bringing light accumulations of snow along with it. There is some potential for a couple inches along higher elevations of the North Shore, and again along the South Shore as the system passes. We're not looking at huge accumulations, but we are talking continued cold. Temepratures will stay well below average, with highs topping out in the single digits above and below zero before bottoming out in the low to mid 20s below zero. Wind chill values will stay in the 'dangerous' range, so if you plan on spending any time outside, please keep your skin covered and dress warm! Keep those pets covered too!
Warm-up Watch:We don't have a ton of hope, as no large scale pattern changes are in the forecast, but the coldest of the cold will be past us after Wednesday night. We'll have a few chances for scattered snow showers heading into the weekend, with highs in the upper single digits to low double digits, and lows in the single digits below zero.
December 10th Climatology:High (avg/rec): 24/46; 1891, 1896Low (avg/rec): 9/-25; 1977Last Year: 18/1 - Cloudy with Light SnowSunrise/set: 7:43am/4:20pm
On This Day In...1911 – The first transcontinental flight across the United States is completed. Calbraith Perry Rodgers began the flight on 17 September 1911, taking off from Sheepshead Bay NY.
Thanks for logging on and have a great rest of your day!Jason SydejkoChief Meteorologist