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NBC26 Storm Shield Weather Forecast

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With highs in the 40s to around 50°.....Wednesday was the warmest day of the month!! Another cold front is going to sweep through later tonight and that is going to cool our temperatures off for the next few days.

Winds will shift out of the northwest tonight between 10 and 15 mph.

Overnight low temperatures will go down into the lower 20s.

Thursday will be 5° below normal with highs in the mid-30s.

We can’t rule out a few flurries but most of the snowfall should be confined to the U.P. of Michigan and the eastern side of Lake Michigan.

Seasonable e temps continue in the mid 30s on Friday and then rebound to around 50° on Saturday/Sunday..

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