Michael Fish's NBC26 weather forecast

WGBAPublished: December 28, 2017
Published: December 28, 2017

The light snow that has been falling hasn't added up to much, but what is sitting around has been very hard to melt with salt because of the cold temperatures. Making matters worse, with the bitter cold that has stuck around, the pavement temperatures are also not helping the melting process. Either way, additional accumulation as we head into the evening should be minor, though a little lake influence could kick up the totals a bit next to Lake Michigan. For the most part, most of your Friday looks dry, but still on the cold side. We'll start out with sum sun, but with a weak system passing to our southwest, we'll see some clouds pass by. It's possible that there may be a few flurries to the SW, but most of the day looks dry. The winds will also pick up between 5 and 15 mph so with temperatures in the single digits tomorrow night, wind chills will be between –5 to –15.     Overall the pattern remains well below-average in terms of temperatures with highs that are supposed to be in the mid-20s but instead are 10-15 degrees cooler. This will continue to the start of the New Year.

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