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    SNOW WILL FALL MONDAY AND TUESDAY

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    DETAILED FORECAST
    Monday December, 22

    TODAY/TONIGHT:
    An Alberta clipper will begin to move into the region today. We will have an 80% chance of seeing some rain and snow mix throughout the day. The North Shore will likely see 1-3" of snow through today. Highs will be in the mid-30's as southerly winds will continue to pump in the heat. Roads will become slick in some spots this afternoon. Tonight there will be a 50% chance of snow in the Ports. Light snow will be probable for northern Wisconsin. Accumulations will be around 1-3" overnight.


    TUESDAY: Newer model runs are bringing in the heaviest snow for northern Wisconsin and the U.P. where 3-6" will fall throughout the day. Light blowing snow will continue for the Ports. accumulations will range from 1-3". The low pressure system will continue to exit the region into Tuesday night, bringing lake effect snow for the South Shore.


    WEDNESDAY: We will be seeing much calmer conditions. Highs will be in the lower 30's with mostly cloudy skies. Winds will be out of the NNW 5-10mph.


    THURSDAY: We will continue to see clouds, but temperatures will remain mild, sitting in the lower 30's.

    Have a great day!
    Meteorologist Adam Lorch

    MONDAY

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