Another messy system impacting the region this week
AFTERNOON/TONIGHT: This afternoon we will continue to see mostly sunny skies. Tonight there will be increasing clouds ahead of a warm front. Lows will be in the teens and lower 20′s with light winds out of the southeast.
TUESDAY: We will be mostly cloudy on Tuesday as a large system approaches. There will be a slight chance of some scattered wintry mix showers in the late afternoon. The International Border will also see a chance of some light snow in the afternoon. Highs will be in the upper 30′s and some lower 40′s with breezy southeast winds 10-15mph. Overnight we will see the bulk of the precipitation moving in. We will see chances of sleet and freezing drizzle, followed by all snow into early Wednesday morning. Minnesota will see the most snow accumulation, ranging between 1-5″, with Duluth around 1-3″.
WEDNESDAY: On Wednesday the system will continue to move across the region. Snow will be likely through the morning, then diminishing from south to north through the late morning. However, a stiff northeast wind will bring lake effect snow chances to the head of the lake. An additional 1-2″ will be possible for the Ports, but Wisconsin will see their chance of more snow through the evening as winds turn out of the north.
THURSDAY: Snow showers will linger across northeast Wisconsin and into the U.P.. Winds continue out of the north, so some lake effect bands will be possible. Highs will be in the lower 30′s with the rest of the region remaining dry and mostly cloudy.
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