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Scattered snow showers continue tonight; Colder & windy Monday with lake-effect snow along southern shore

Updated: 3 hours ago

DULUTH, MN. (KBJR) - TONIGHT: After seeing snow for the majority of the day, the snow will begin to break down as the center of the system moves through the evening hours. Scattered snow showers will continue through the evening hours especially along the southern shore as the winds change direction. 2-4 inches of snow are possible tonight for the Iron Range and Arrowhead region. As the winds change direction from the southeast to the northwest, its going to be very windy with winds gusting up to possibly 50 miles per hour. Once the winds change direction, the north shore will begin to see the end of snow, but the south shore will see their turn of snow. Temperatures are going to drop quickly down to the single digits with some areas along the Canadian border reaching the negatives.

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Updated: 3 hours ago
Headshot of Bo Fogal, KBJR 6 Weekend Meteorologist

DULUTH, MN. (KBJR) - TONIGHT: After seeing snow for the majority of the day, the snow will begin to break down as the center of the system moves through the evening hours. Scattered snow showers will continue through the evening hours especially along the southern shore as the winds change direction. 2-4 inches of snow are possible tonight for the Iron Range and Arrowhead region. As the winds change direction from the southeast to the northwest, its going to be very windy with winds gusting up to possibly 50 miles per hour. Once the winds change direction, the north shore will begin to see the end of snow, but the south shore will see their turn of snow. Temperatures are going to drop quickly down to the single digits with some areas along the Canadian border reaching the negatives.

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