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Lake effect snow continues today

Published: Jan. 14, 2022 at 3:39 AM CST
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TODAY: Winds will continue to be out of the ENE at 5-15 MPH, gusting a little higher at times. This will bring lake effect snow to the North Shore and the Twin Ports throughout the bulk of the day. An additional 1-3″ will be possible in these areas, with localized 2-6″ possible in areas such as Two Harbors and Silver Bay. In addition, southwestern portions of the region will be clipped by a snow storm moving through southwestern MN. Areas such as Aitkin, Brainerd, and Hinckley could see a trace to one inch before the mid-afternoon. Lake effect snow comes to an end early Saturday morning.

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SATURDAY: High pressure will bring mostly clear skies with highs in the single digits to teens above zero. Wind chills will be below zero at times with winds out of the SSW at 5-10 MPH, gusting higher at times. Lows will be in the single digits above and below zero.

SUNDAY: Another weak wave will bring very light snow to the Northland Sunday. Most areas will see under an inch, but a little lake enhancement will be possible in areas such as Ironwood and further east, bringing over 2″ to those portions of the region. Highs reach the teens and 20s with lows in the teens and single digits.

CATCH MY FULL FORECAST ON KBJR 6 FROM 5-7 AM AND AGAIN AT NOON!

Have a great day!

-Meteorologist Hunter McCullough

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