Snow exiting Mid-Michigan by later today

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For the record, the latest date for measurable snow in Philadelphia is April 27, set in 1967, when one-tenth of an inch was measured. That will make it feel a bit colder than the actual air temperature, with wind chills in the teens to start off Monday morning. "As a result, we've been staying in the cooler temperatures for more of a prolonged period".

There is another chance of snow Thursday night into Friday morning.

Six to 12 inches of snow is possible for parts of Minnesota, Wisconsin and MI.

Details and timing: Stormtracker 18 Weather meteorologists say an intense surface low will move northeast over most of the Midwest and Great Lakes region on Tuesday.

Forecasts indicate that Tuesday night into Wednesday morning could see record-breaking cold temperatures. Southwest winds become westerly 15 to 20 miles per hour with gusts 35 to 40 miles per hour possible.

For now, it looks like we'll be ok. It started raining Sunday evening. However, a storm will pass off the coast to the south of New England. There will be enough cold air associated with this system to create a "snow threat should the track and timing align", NWS said.


Highs manage to hit the upper-40s by the late afternoon, melting most of any accumulating snowfall from the morning.

The snow will likely change into rain later on Friday, as well, but that's still not the end.

After a dry and quiet Thursday, with sunshine and chilly temperatures in the mid-40s, a small storm system could bring rain to the Garden State early Friday.

It's still too early to know if the high amounts of snow are definite, but Lexington should expect accumulation Saturday, the weather service said. The historical high temperature average is 38.3 degrees, but last month it struggled to get that warm and ended with a 36.3 average.

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