Published: Mon, November 11, 2019

Snow likely overnight, extremely cold Monday

Snow likely overnight, extremely cold Monday

We will actually hit our high temperature quite early in the day as we gradually drop to our overnight low of 10° on Monday night.

Some clouds and cold tonight. Thankfully, guidance is showing that along our system has no sighs of intense lifting or strong instability. A cold front is passing through the state Sunday evening through Monday morning.

Today: Mostly cloudy with rain showers late to the north.

Winter Weather Advisory will last until Monday at Noon. The exception will be extreme southwest Ottawa County with heavy lake effect Monday night and Tuesday.

The National Weather Service reported that Trenton hit 19 degrees early Saturday, crushing the November 9, 2003, record of 24 degrees. On Veteran's Day, untreated roadways and sidewalks will become slick and slippery.

Snow will start to come to an end by early evening (northwest) and by midnight (southeast).

Precipitation is more likely Tuesday, however, with rain throughout the day and a chance for snow mixing in after 5 p.m., according to the weather service.

In addition to hazardous snowfall, northerly winds are sustained at 15 - 25 miles per hour with gusts near 30 miles per hour. Light amounts of snow are expected in these areas with minor disruption to commerce.

The cold front is expected to move through the Upper Midwest and the northern Plains on Sunday and then continue southward and eastward on Monday and Tuesday, sending temperatures plunging below freezing all the way south to the Gulf Coast.

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