Brandon Weathers' Forecast Discussion

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Storm Team Outlook: Sunday, January 26th, 2020
Meteorologist Brandon Weathers


Another Mild and Cloudy Start to the Week

Temperatures once again hold in the teens and low 20s overnight due to overcast skies. An area of high pressure will try to bring peaks of sunshine Monday, but cloud cover will be stubborn. Highs top off around 27, continuing the mild trend. Clouds finally break up a bit Monday night into Tuesday, allowing temperatures to approach zero near the International border while lows hold in the low teens near the Twin Ports and across Northwest Wisconsin. This will mark the coldest part of the week as temperatures overall continue to be above average both with nighttime lows and daytime highs.

We may see a few flurries here or there, particularly around the South Shore of Lake Superior, but the overall pattern will remain on the quiet side as systems dodge the Northland either to our north or south. The next widespread chance for snow now isn't looking to be until Friday night into Saturday, and any accumulation should be light.

MONDAY: Mostly cloudy. High 27. NW wind 5-10 mph.

TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy. High 24. N wind becoming E 2-8 mph.

WEDNESDAY: Cloudy. High 25. SE wind 2-8 mph.

THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy. High 27.

FRIDAY: Cloudy with a slight chance for snow. High 30.

SATURDAY: Cloudy with a chance for snow. High 31.

SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy. High 33.

Thanks for reading and have a great day!

Brandon Weathers, WDIO Meteorologist


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