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Slow clearing Monday afternoon

Slushy, wet snow will redevelop late Tuesday
Published: Nov. 23, 2020 at 7:24 AM EST
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Gusty north winds along the latest cold front will keep scattered lake effect snow showers and considerable cloudiness for our Monday forecast. Only minor new snow accumulations in the 1-2″ range are expected, followed by a gradual clearing trend Monday afternoon. Yet another weather disturbance will bring another round of slushy, wet snow by late-afternoon Tuesday with an additional 1-3″ into Wednesday.

Monday: Generally cloudy with scattered lake effect snow tapering off after lunch. Also windy with north gusts to 35 MPH.

Highs: Upper 20s north and west to low 30s far south.

Tuesday: Partly cloudy, cold and dry in the morning with increasing clouds & slushy wet snow/mixed wintry precipitation by evening.

Highs: Mid to upper 30s.

Wednesday: Gradual clearing expected after mixed precipitation tapers off from west to east in the early morning.

Highs: Upper 30s.

Thanksgiving Day: Starting off mild & dry under partly cloudy sky conditions. Look for falling temperatures on a developing northwest wind.

Friday: Partly to mostly cloudy & chilly with isolated lake effect snow.

Highs: 30s.

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