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Justin Liles' Weather Forecast

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StormTeam Outlook: Friday, December 2nd, 2016
Chief Meteorologist Justin Liles
jliles@wdio.com

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 A weak ridge will move into the Northland this evening.  The cloud do plan on sticking around as there is enough moisture lingering.  There could be some light freezing drizzle tonight but locations are unclear although conditions look a little more favorable in northern Wisconsin.  Look for the ridge to continue to the east Saturday.  We’re still looking at mostly cloudy skies.  There might be a few breaks here and there for some of us to catch a quick peek at the sun.

Our next set of snow makers arrive late Sunday into Monday where some light snow is expected.  The second snow maker could be big especially for Wisconsin but the track and location are still be disputed heavily between the models and there really isn’t a clear picture as of now.  By Wednesday you can count on temperatures being 15° below average with day time highs in the low to mid-teens.  Winds will also be rather robust and cause temperatures to feel as if we’re in the single digits.   We’re also looking at the potential for some adequate snowfall in the form of Lake Effect Wednesday- Friday Next week.  However, it’s still much too early to make predictions.

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