The old record high of 52° wasn’t only broken, it was crushed.
Officially, we set a new record high of 59° degrees Wednesday afternoon, while some spots reached the 60° mark. But you know it can’t last. A cold front moving through Wednesday evening quickly drops our temperatures back into the 40s by evening and eventually the 30s by Thursday morning.
In terms of snowfall, we will see a few flurries flying Thursday morning, and again Friday morning, but neither day will produce any accumulation.
That may change by the middle of next week. An Arctic airmass is expected to flood over the Great Lakes, bringing a better chance of some accumulating lake effect snow.