Weather Now Forecast

By Weather Team

March 3, 2012 Updated Nov 26, 2014 at 7:24 AM CST

SNOW CHANCE WEDNESDAY



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DETAILED FORECAST


Wednesday, November 26



TODAY/TONIGHT: A clipper system will pass to the south of the Northland today, bringing in a 60% chance of seeing light snow. Snow accumulation for the Ports should be fairly light, 1-2" if that. However, along the South Shore, Ashland, Iron, Gogebic counties there is a lake effect snow advisory in effect till 10am tomorrow morning. Some areas will see 6-10" of lake effect snow there. Douglas county may see 3-6" in some spots. Temperatures today wont be increasing too much from where they are at this morning. In fact, temps in far northern Minnesota will likely be colder later this afternoon. Winds will be out of the NE this morning, becoming NW 5-10mph. The Twin Cities will also be seeing 2-6" of snow, so keep that in mind for traveling today...





THANKSGIVING: A very cold airmass will slide in place just in time for Thanksgiving. Highs will only be around 11° here in the Ports. The good news, the airmass is an area of high pressure, so we will be seeing plenty of sunshine and calming winds.





FRIDAY: Another clipper system approaches, bringing more snow. The snow will start in the morning and continue into the afternoon. Another 1-3" of snow for the Ports. Highs will be in the lower 20's with winds out of the SE 5-10, so possibly some lake effect snow for the North Shore.





SATURDAY: It will be a warmer day! Highs will be in the upper 20's with mostly cloudy skies. There is a 30% chance of seeing scattered flurries.




Have a great Thanksgiving!


Adam Lorch


Morning Meteorologist

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