TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy, lows in the low 40s.
TUESDAY: Warm with a few spot showers early, strong to severe storms by early evening. Highs in the upper 50s to near 60.
EXTENDED: A dynamic low pressure system is taking shape and will impact much of the Midwest on Tuesday and Tuesday night, bringing snow to parts of the upper Midwest, and possible strong to severe storms Tuesday evening. A Weather Alert Day is in effect Tuesday through early Wednesday for the possibility of hail, wind, and potentially a few isolated tornadoes, along with strong non-thunderstorm wind gusts after the cold front moves through. Winds behind the system could gust up to 40-50 mph, and temperatures will drop into the low 40s for Wednesday afternoon. Wind chills Wednesday morning will be in the teens to around 20. Another storm system approaches Wednesday night into Thanksgiving Day, bringing a few snow showers early and mostly rain during the day. We get a brief break on Thursday night before more rain approaches on Friday, eventually ending on early Saturday.