It All Depends on How The Wind Blows...

Winds will turn to the northeast eventually today, and this means a prevalent onshore flow.  Look for partly cloudy skies become mostly cloudy as we get into this evening.  We could even see a few snow flurries or light snow showers as well, especially lakeside.

Temperatures bottom out on Wednesday with readings in the 30s.  Any wind will make it feel colder.  In fact, we could see "chills" in the teens as you head out the door Wednesday morning.  

Highs will rebound starting on Thursday.  We'll have highs in the 40s.  But by Friday, look for daytime temps near 60!  However, there will be a "trade off." We get warmer but wetter, so we lose our nice conditions.  We don't really start to dry out until Sunday morning.  Then we sit and wait for our next storm system expected to arrive later Tuesday of next week.

Make sure to download the free CBS58 weather app to keep track of all the weather changes coming the next week to ten days.

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