Fans attending tonight’s playoff games involving the St. Paul and Bellevue high school football teams should bring rain gear.
Good news: New information suggests the weather pattern is much less likely to lock into a cold and stormy pattern across Northern states.
One round of lake-effect snow associated with the first cold blast will erupt later this weekend into early next week.
A nice day is on tap today and Friday, with showers and a possible thunderstorm in the forecast Friday night.
Rain is in the forecast today and tonight with a partly sunny day on tap Thursday.
Showers are possible Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
Highs on Wednesday and Thursday will be in the 50s.
First major snowstorm could hit somewhere from Saturday, Nov. 18, to Tuesday, Nov. 22.
There is a slight chance of rain in the forecast tonight but it should be dry and cold through Saturday.
Lows in the mid 20s Thursday and Friday.
Lows in the 20s and 30s this week.
Damage worse in Bronson and Clarksfield townships.
Photos of the damaged salt dome at the state highway garage property on Dublin Road and downed trees and damaged corn field on U.S. 250, Greenwich Milan Townline Road and Union Road by Don Hohler
Thousands of area residents were without power following Sunday’s storms.