Mild night with some light snow
AFTERNOON/TONIGHT: This afternoon we will have mostly cloudy skies. A weak cold front will push in from the northwest, which will eventually lead to some light snow showers. We will see the snow in North-Central Minnesota after 3pm, then arriving in the Ports after 8pm. The light snow will continue into Wisconsin overnight. New accumulations will be between Tr-1″ with most areas seeing less than an inch. Breezy winds develop out of the northwest 10-20mph, which could lead to a gravity wave developing in Douglas/Bayfield county, so some extra snow is possible there but not a certainty. Temperatures will actually warm till about midnight into the mid-20′s, then fall into tomorrow morning.
THURSDAY: Thursday morning we will be in the teens with breezy winds out of the northwest 10-15mph. Temperatures will fall into the single digits in the afternoon. With the winds out of the northwest, lake effect snow will be possible along the South Shore later in the day.
FRIDAY: Friday morning we will start with teens, and some lower 20′s, below zero. Highs will be in the single digits and lower teens with mostly sunny skies. Winds will be out of the WSW 5-10mph.
SATURDAY: Saturday we will have mostly cloudy skies. Highs will be in the upper teens and lower 20′s with southerly winds pumping in some heat.
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