Justin Liles' Weather Forecast

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StormTeam Outlook For Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017
Justin Liles, Chief Meteorologist

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A quick moving clipper system is set to roll through the region this early this evening. Some light snow less than an inch is expected. However, it may cause some slick spots on rural roads if traveling this evening. Otherwise, conditions will remain quiet Thanksgiving Day, as we should see plenty of sunshine. Another piece of energy is set to roll into the region Thursday night into Friday. The air will be warm enough from rain during most of the day Friday. There is a chance of some freezing rain near the arrowhead. This rain will eventually turn over into some light snow Friday night. Cold air will return for the weekend and create some lake effect snow along the south shore. The next decent weather maker won’t arrive until Monday night into Tuesday.

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