It's developing as the jet stream is getting ready to take a massive dip across the Great Lakes and northeast. Snow develops Friday night and may accumulate. Sunday afternoon we will clear out and warm only to the low 40s as the colder air behind the front settles in. Fog could be dense, and slippery spots are possible. . The storm's ultimate path will determine exactly how much snow.
Skies will be mostly sunny. It will be warm all day Saturday with temps in the upper 40s in the morning and upper 50s in the afternoon. This jet stream dip would mandate high temperatures in the teens Sunday and Monday; lake effect snow would be possible over Lake Michigan or right at the Lake Shore Sunday. The high will reach 54. A little sun near I-69. Thursday: Cloudy with light snow possible along I-94. Tuesday afternoon will be mostly sunny and chilly with the high reaching the upper 40s.
A rain or snow shower is also possible, and breezy. Monday Night: Cloudy with freezing drizzle and fog developing, especially toward daybreak. Chattanooga weather, sports and traffic. Wednesday: Light snow in the morning with little to no accumulation then remaining cloudy. Many locations, especially near and south of I-94, were in the single digits thanks to clear skies and recent snow pack. Late Thursday we will see rain moving through that will last through Thursday evening. Some showers will last into Sunday morning.
As the system exits, and cooler air moves in we may even get a few areas of mixed precipitation Sunday morning. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or distributed. We have been in the low 40s all day, and will continue that trend with a high of only 44 degrees. We will drop into the upper 20s and low 30s Tuesday morning. We won't see much of a warm up this afternoon. Now he is the morning meteorologist in his hometown.
The last time we were that cold for highs was the 5th of February 2018. Complete coverage of breaking news in Chattanooga. Temps will be in the mid 30s. Saturday, January 12th, family and friends hosted a celebration of life to remember their friend, mother, and teacher. When you're not around a television, we always love engaging with you on Facebook , , , , Twitter , , , , and Instagram , , ,. Highs in the low 50s and lows in the mid 40s. Saturday, January 12th, family and friends hosted a celebration of life to remember their friend, mother, and teacher.
Local radar and weather forecast for Chattanooga and the Tennessee Valley. Saturday, January 12th, family and friends hosted a celebration of life to remember their friend, mother, and teacher. For more information on this site, please read our , , and. A storm traveling from Memphis to Nashville to Knoxville sets up a potentially plow-able snow Friday night and Saturday. Right now, it would impact locations near I-94 and south. Highs in the low 40s and lows in the upper teens.
Highs in the mid 50s and lows in the upper 30s. Other local, regional and national news. Tuesday: Freezing drizzle and fog, especially in the morning. Right now it looks as though that rain will move in late morning, and last through the day. Thursday brings a light snow opportunity with low pressure traveling along the Ohio river. Highs in the low 60s and lows in the upper 40s.
Kalamazoo registered a low of 8 degrees this morning, which was the coldest since 7 degrees was recorded on 2. We can't rule out a rain or snow shower Tuesday afternoon, but there isn't much moisture available. We will warm nicely as clouds build in Thursday afternoon. We're concerned about the prospect of freezing drizzle late tonight and tomorrow morning. There are plenty of signs of fog after midnight, and the two factors could work together to create slippery spots for your Tuesday morning commute.
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