Dan Romano's Weather Forecast

StormTeam Outlook: Saturday, February, 19th
Dan Romano

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A Little Sun, Then a Little Snow

It's a seasonable start to the weekend across the Northland. Blustery winds out of the northwest will eventually push temperatures out of the teens and into the 20s this afternoon.

Along the North Shore, those winds will be more prevolent. Winds have been sustained near 35 miles per hour this morning with gusts as high as 50. A Wind Advisory is in effect until noon today, but the gusty conditions could last through the afternoon.

All will see bouts of sun today, but a quick-moving disturbance will drop light snow tonight. It's likely we'll be waking up to about an inch or two of the white stuff by tomorrow morning. 

A few more rays of sunshine are possible tomorrow morning, but the active weather pattern will continue through the middle of the week. Another shot of snow is posiible Monday night into Tuesday, but it appears the heaviest of the snow will stay well east of the Northland.

Thanks for reading and enjoy the rest to your weekend!

WDIO Meteorologist Dan Romano


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