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Friday, February 14th National Weather Service Outlook with Live Radar for Chicago, Michiana, Milwaukee, and Indianapolis. Brought to you by Promise You Art House

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Chicago



In the wake of the expected accumulating snow, a brief blast of bitterly cold air will occur Thursday night into Friday. The lowest temperatures since winter 2019 are likely, including a late first sub-zero reading of the season for many locations. Breezy northwest winds Thursday evening will diminish to less than 10 mph by early Friday, with wind chill values bottoming out at about 10 to 20 below zero. Wind chills locally colder than 20 below are possible in portions of northern Illinois. Temperatures will only rise into the teens on Friday afternoon, though winds will be light under sunny skies.

Chicago Live Radar

Michiana

Be sure to wear some hearty winter clothes today as it will be quite cold with highs primarily in the middle to upper teens. Some light lake effect snow will come to an end, then a truly lovely afternoon is in store with some sunshine. The clouds will be slowest to decrease over southern Lower Michigan, extreme northern Indiana and northwest Ohio. One more day of cold temperatures, but look for a heart-warming change to near normal temperatures for the weekend. A weak system moving through the Upper Great Lakes will bring just a chance of rain and snow Saturday afternoon and evening. Dry weather returns briefly for Sunday, then a stronger system brings rain and snow Monday into Tuesday.

Michiana Live Radar

Milwaukee




Milwaukee Live Radar

Indianapolis


Indianapolis Radar

National Weather Outlook


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National Discussion and Travel Weather

By Ziegenfelder of the NWS

  • Snow for the Cascades and the Northern/Central Rockies
  • Temperatures will be 10 to 25 degrees below average from the Northeast to the Upper/Middle Mississippi Valley

Cold high pressure builds in over the Mississippi Valley eastward to the Northern Mid-Atlantic by Saturday then moves off the Northeast Coast by Sunday. Temperatures will be 10 to 25 degrees below average from the Northeast to the Upper/Middle Mississippi Valley. Weak upper-level energy will move across the Great Lakes aiding in produce light lake effect snow down wind from the Great Lakes through Friday evening. Additional upper-level energy will move across the area late Saturday afternoon into Sunday morning, followed by a front crossing the Great Lakes overnight Saturday into Sunday morning. Light snow will develop over parts of the Upper Mississippi Valley early on Saturday morning into the Great Lakes by Saturday afternoon into evening.

Meanwhile, upper-level energy and onshore wind with a plume of moisture will move into the Pacific Northwest producing coastal rain and higher elevation snow, with the snow extending into the Northern Rockies. The axis of moisture will move slightly southward on late Saturday afternoon. Coastal rain and higher elevation snow will move into parts of Northern California and parts of the Great Basin with the snow moving into the Central Rockies overnight Saturday into Sunday morning.

Across Florida, showers and a few thunderstorms will slowly push southward through Saturday near and behind a cold front. Meanwhile, some moisture returning from the Gulf of Mexico could trigger showers along the Western Gulf Coast.


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