Published: Sun, April 15, 2018
Worldwide | By Lisa Hogan

A complex weather system continues to affect the area Saturday

A complex weather system continues to affect the area Saturday

Some locations in the higher elevations could see a turnover from rain to snow showers, with a mix of rain and snow showers possible early Monday.

You can see live weather updates via the National Weather Service and other Twitter sources below.

The strongest storms should roll in after 12AM.lingering through around 7AM as the cold front crosses. Monday we're expecting flurries (unlikely any accumulation) and a high of only 40! Morning lows Sunday will cause headaches for those who have planted cold sensitive plants with temperatures dipping into the low to middle 20s. Rain and storm chances will increase as the day progresses.

On the northern side, heavy snow will continue from Wisconsin to MI, with icy conditions reaching all the way to New England. Temperatures will fall overnight, transitioning some of the rain to freezing rain from Cadillac to Oscoda. Winds will weaken late Monday night.* Location.Near mountain ridge tops and along desert mountain slopes into adjacent desert areas.* Impacts.The winds will make driving difficult.especially for motorists with high profile vehicles.

This will keep the daytime temperature in moderation and the night-time temperatures falling below 21 degrees Celsius in the coastal areas. Saturday starts off with sunshine but we will have a front approaching from the west. High near 41. NW wind 10-20 miles per hour.

After a very chilly start Monday morning in the upper 30s to lower 40s, look for a nice warm-up to near 70 for an afternoon high. Moisture will be increasing and the result will be mostly cloudy skies by Sunday.

"A weekend tale of two days - a spring Saturday and a raw, cool Sunday", said meteorologist Bruce Avery of News 12 Long Island. The predicted highs are near 65 Tuesday, 67 Wednesday and 66 Thursday. However, things will dry out as we head into next weekend and temperatures will likely recover to near even above average.

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