Dry Weather Forecast for the Weekend; Low-Pressure System Will Cause Snowfall, Forecasters Say

Bryan Dijkhuizen

In the late afternoon, the Polar Front is positioned over areas of the Northern Great Lakes, extending from near Sault St Marie in the Upper Peninsula southwestward into portions of southwest Wisconsin, according to the National Weather Service.

This front will move southward across our region tonight and into tomorrow. The front should be dry as it passes through.

After that, a cold high-pressure system gradually moves into our region from Friday through Sunday. Furthermore, we shall remain dry at that period.

Next Week

From Monday through Thursday next week, the pattern gets somewhat more active, with a modest probability of snow on the horizon on Monday and Tuesday.

As a result of the powerful low-pressure system moving up the East Coast early next week, some modest northwest flow lake effect is likely from late Sunday night through Monday.

This should not be a significant sum of money. On Tuesday, a clipper system will plunge southeastward into the Northern Great Lakes region of the United States.

The European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts has maintained a track to the system that is considerably north of our region. This will bring with it the better accumulating snowfall to our northern hemisphere as well.

Tuesday and Tuesday night will see some light snow associated with it, followed by some light lake effect snow on Wednesday as the northwest flow continues to blow through.

Into Thursday, a large Arctic High rises in from the west, which should prevent the majority of lake effect snow from falling.

When it comes to temperatures, we can expect to be cooler than typical for most of the time over the period. As a result, chilly temperatures and mostly dry conditions will characterize the next seven days.

By next Thursday, we will have a steady stream of cold air flowing down from Canada, with the majority of the top flow coming from the northwest.

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