Weather Now Forecast

By Weather Team

March 3, 2012 Updated Dec 20, 2014 at 9:16 PM CST

CLOUDS AND FLURRIES FOR WEEKEND




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DETAILED FORECAST





SATURDAY NIGHT:
The clouds will be sticking around tonight. Which will at least keep temperatures pretty mild, sitting int the mid to upper 20's. There will be areas of dense fog through the evening with a slight chance of scattered flurries.





SUNDAY: Warm air will continue to surge into the Northland. Highs will top out in the 30's across the region. A trough in the jetstream will also be sliding by, which will bring a 30% chance of scattered light snow showers. Sunday night a low pressure system will sweep across the Dakota's and into western Minnesota. There will be snow likely after midnight.





MONDAY: The low pressure system continues to run through the Upper Midwest, bringing a 70% chance of snow. Accumulations through the day will range from 2-4" for the Ports. Higher amounts along the North Shore with lake enhanced ESE winds. Roads will deteriorate through the day and into the evening hours. Snow will continue into the night, with heavy snow at times.





TUESDAY: The low will center up in Wisconsin for Tuesday, bringing in the winds more out of the ENE. Another 1-3" will fall across the region. Possibly some higher amount for the head of the lake. Models are still in a little bit of disagreement on Tuesday's snow totals. Stay tuned for more updates as they come in.




Have a great weekend!



Meteorologist Adam Lorch


WEEKEND




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