|Moon Phase||Quarter Moon|
Published by Meteorologist Angelica Campos
Slick travel tonight into tomorrow with a mix of rain and snow, freezing rain, and ice. Parts of the area are under a winter weather advisory through Monday morning.
Slightly warmer air aloft will surge making the mix and change over possible. Tonight's temperatures will average in the low 30s, becoming the warmest period of the day.
Be wary of slick road conditions and untreated surfaces tonight and tomorrow morning especially if freezing rain produces a dangerous "glazing" on top of any snow that might fall. This could make travel conditions treacherous. Plan on extra drive time.
Morning rain showers will yield to snow flurries later into Monday afternoon as a batch of arctic air heads in our direction for the remaining part of the week. Temperatures will start in the 30s falling back down to the 20s during the day on Monday. Frigid digits will remain throughout the week with reinforcing cold plunging into the Great Lakes.
Each reinforcing shot of arctic air will reinvigorate the Lake Erie Snow Machine, producing heavy snow wherever the snow bands set up. Get ready for some disruptive weather for the week ahead.
Have a great rest of your weekend.