Cold front to bring arctic air, possible flakes Tuesday

Evarado Alatorre
Noviembre 11, 2019

A few slick spots can not be ruled out primarily on bridges and overpasses as the ground temperatures will still be warm from previous days. Then that cold front will push into the central part of the state, bringing lows in the 20s Tuesday through Thursday. Plan ahead to give yourself extra time with possible slick roads especially on bridges and overpasses.

Monday is Veterans Day and could be our coldest one yet. We will see if any records break. Near record lows are also anticipated for Tuesday morning with readings starting the day in the single digits to near zero. The brunt of our snow will be south of I-96.

There is a chance of snow in the Springfield area Tuesday after rain falls around 3 p.m. Temperatures in the Springfield area will reach around 15 degrees Tuesday night with the temperature dropping slightly toward the Berkshires.

On Monday a cold front will hit the mountains in western North Carolina and could cause rain in the Triangle, according to the National Weather Service.

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Additional lake effect totals will be significant in Berrien and Cass counties by late Tuesday/early Wednesday.

Wednesday, Nov. 13: The passage of the storm system will result in a new cold snap.

There is an 80 percent chance of that snow continuing until noon, becoming snow showers after that. It is a very active 7-day with lots going on so continue to check back for any updates.

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