Justin Liles' Weather Forecast

StormTeam Outlook: Friday November 21st, 2014
Justin Liles, Chief Meteorologist

Warming this Weekend!

This weekend will be cloudy and warmer across the Northland. Tonight clouds will be on the increase with patchy freezing drizzle developing. Temperatures will be steady or rising through the night due to warm southerly wind. On Saturday drizzle will end in the morning with skies remaining mostly cloudy throughout the day. Temperatures will rise to the mid to upper 30s. Saturday night another round of freezing drizzle will develop, turning to a wintry mix before changing over to all rain on Sunday.

Another large snow storm looks to potentially roll through the upper great lakes late Sunday and Monday. Its still to early to tell how much snow we're going to get and its exact track.  One thing is for sure.  The winds are going to roar. Monday will be the windiest day we've had so far this November.

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Have a great day!

Chief Meteorologist Justin Liles

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