Happy Thanksgiving! Cool today, more snow on the way!
THANKSGIVING DAY: Happy Thanksgiving, folks! Today we’ll see skies become clear with highs only reaching the upper teens to mid 20s. Wind chills will be in the single digits below zero this morning, so bundle up if you’re heading outside! We’ll also see lake effect snow continue on and off east of Ashland along the South Shore. A couple inches of additional accumulating snowfall will be possible for these areas. Lows dip into the single digits for most locations, with a couple isolated areas seeing below zero temperatures. Clouds increase as well.
FRIDAY: Skies become mostly cloudy with highs in the mid to upper 20s. Scattered light snow showers move through northern MN and NW WI throughout the day as well, with minor accumulation expected.
SATURDAY: An area of low pressure progresses through the region. Recent model runs have brought a small swath of 2-5″ to portions of the Northland, but they don’t fully agree on where this will be placed. This will be something to keep an eye on for Saturday as this may slightly impact travel. Otherwise, highs reach the low to mid 30s with overcast skies.
CATCH MY FULL FORECAST ON KBJR 6 FROM 5-7 AM AND AGAIN AT NOON!
Have a happy Thanksgiving!
-Meteorologist Hunter McCullough
Copyright 2021 KBJR. All rights reserved.