One of this winter's stronger storm threatens, starting late Tuesday evening with the onset of cold rain or a rain/sleet mix.
A shift to heavy wet snow follows. Tuesday's rush hours shouldn't be affected, but the blustery storm will impact overnight travel, particularly as precipitation shifts to all snow late Tuesday night.---Extensive cloudiness. Strengthening northeast winds Tuesday afternoon will send temperatures lower.--Readings, which may reach the 40s for a time Tuesday morning, fall to the low and mid 30s in the afternoon/evening.---Cold rain, possible sleet, develops this evening changing to wet snow within an hour or two of midnight in the city -- sooner northwest and west.--Heavy, wind-blown snow the remainder of the night with possible embedded thunder and lightning late. Northeast winds increase 14 to 32 mph and gusty.--Accumulations of 4 to 8" possible toward morning -- but local 10" totals are possible in areas, especially beneath intense, thundery bursts of snowfall.
Quite windy. Snow into morning tapers to far lighter and more occasional lake-effect flurries or possible snow showers affecting counties adjacent to Lake Michigan beneath extensive cloudiness.
Little additional accumulation after mid-morning. Widespread 6 to 8 inch final storm tallies but locally as much as 10" in areas affected by thundery overnight snowbursts. Northerly winds gradually become more northwest 14 to 30 mph and gusty, slowly easing in the afternoon. Cloud scatter, colder Wednesday night. Lows ranging from high single digits inland to the teens in the city.
Mixed sun and clouds, becoming windy and not as cold in the afternoon.
West to southwest winds increasing 12 to 24 mph gusty above 30 mph Thursday afternoon, continuing Thursday night.
Mild, windy and partly sunny.
Highs surge more than 10-degrees above highs observed here Thursday, reaching levels 7-degrees above normal.
Mostly cloudy, cooler northeast winds increasing 8 to 18 mph Saturday afternoon.
A new round of snow is possible Saturday night amid strengthening overnight easterly winds 11 to 23 mph.
Cloudy, cold and windy. Chance of snowy spells.
East to northeast winds 12 to 24 mph. Daytime temperatures nearly 15-degrees below normal.
Partly cloudy, breezy and chilly for the season.
Northeast winds 11 to 23 mph. Highs at levels 13-degrees below normal.