Snow begins early Monday morning; Up to 3 inches possible for Arrowhead region
DULUTH, MN. (KBJR) - TONIGHT: As we head through tonight, clouds will increase as the next system approaches from the northwest. A warm front will come through the Northland by Monday morning causing a line of snow to develop. Temperatures will stay in the lower 20s and upper teens with winds changing from the west to the southeast during the night. Winds could gust up to 20 miles per hour at times. Skies will be mostly cloudy to overcast helping to prevent the temperatures from cooling off a lot.
MONDAY: As a new week begins, Monday morning will consist of overcast and snow showers for the Northland. Snow looks to begin around 5 A.M. and continue through early afternoon. The heaviest snow looks to occur over the Arrowhead region where up to three inches is possible. Areas in the Iron Range could receive up to two inches of snow while everybody else will see a trace up to an inch of snow. Lake effect snow will affect the southern shore through Monday night. Wintry mix is also possible for the southern counties as temperatures will be just above or at freezing. Temperatures will be in the lower to mid 30s for highs with southeast winds changing to the northwest by Monday night.
TUESDAY: As the system tracks to the southeast, mostly cloudy conditions will continue with even warmer temperatures. Highs will be in the mid 30s for Tuesday and eventually warm up to 40s by Wednesday. High pressure will keep Tuesday dry and mild for the Northland before a weak boundary comes through by Wednesday.
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