Weather Now Forecast

By Weather Team

March 3, 2012 Updated Mar 2, 2015 at 9:01 PM CST




Monday March, 2

TONIGHT: A low pressure system to our north and one to our south will join together to bring a 100% chance of snow tonight. Winds will be out of the SSW at 5-15mph with gusts up to 20mph. Snow will begin in the early morning hours from around 1am to 3am. Low temperatures are down to 15º.

TUESDAY: The northern low strengthens and brings a cold front through. This gives us a 100% chance of snow with 2-5" possible south of Floodwood and Two Harbors, 1-3" For places south of Bigfork and Orr. To the North a trace to 2" is possible in Koochiching County. Winds will really pick up out of the WNW into the afternoon at 10-20mph with gusts up to 35mph. The front passes and transports some arctic air back to the Northland. Before the front gets here we see highs in the mid 20s.

WEDNESDAY: High pressure builds and cold air funnels in from the north forcing lows down to -8º. Expect partly cloudy skies with highs near 5 on Wednesday with continued northerly flow a few lake effect snow bands are possible (provided there are open spots on the lake, and there should be because of the wind) for the South Shore.

THURSDAY: Lows sink to -13º and we have mostly sunny skies as the high pressure system controls our weather. Highs reach 12º.

FRIDAY: Morning lows are down to 11º and we see temperatures climb! Highs reach 30º with partly cloudy skies. Temps remain in the 30s for highs into the weekend too!

Make it a great day!

Adam Clark

Chief Meteorologist



To submit a comment on this article, your email address is required. We respect your privacy and your email will not be visible to others nor will it be added to any email lists.