Tonight: Clouds increase as we progress through the night tonight from clear to mostly cloudy skies as a cold front works its way through the region. This shifts our winds from the southwest to the northwest which could help fire up lake effect snow for some along the south shore and U.P of Michigan. Meanwhile, temperatures only fall into the mid and upper 20's tonight.
Tomorrow: As the cold front begins to clear the regions we see the temperatures drop throughout the day from the '30s to the 20's and then into the teens. Clouds stick around for the vast majority of the day. Meanwhile, the northwest wind is cranking between 15-25 and sometimes gusting up to 40 mph. With that strong northwest Lake effect snow for the snow belt is still falling. All said and done some may see up to 6" of snow.
Sunday Night: the clouds are on the decrease Sunday night into Monday and the wind is just beginning to subside but with winds still gusting from the northwest between 10-15 mph that means we see wind chill for most of us in the single digits and our fist sub-zero wind-chill for some.
The week ahead: the sun returns for a vast majority of the week with temperatures closer to average. Peter will talk about how long that sunny weather sticks around tonight at 6:00 & 10:00 PM on CBS 3.