SNOW CHANCE WEDNESDAY

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DETAILED FORECAST
Tuesday, November 25

TODAY/TONIGHT: Winds will start out of the NW this morning 5-10mph, then become more SW 5-10 this afternoon. With the change in the winds, we will see the lake effect snow shut off early this morning. The skies will be partly cloudy to partly sunny at times. Highs will be able to get back into the lower 20's by this afternoon. Tonight the clouds will build back in. Lows will drop into the lower teens for the Ports.


WEDNESDAY: Another clipper system will begin to move in. It will bring a chance of snow for most of the area, again this morning models are trending a little south. We will likely see another 1-2" of snow for the Ports. It is a very weak low pressure center, so winds shouldn't be too bad. There will be some lake enhancement along the south shore with winds out of the NNW 5-10, but without strong winds accumulations should be held to 2-6".


THANKSGIVING: High pressure moves in behind the clipper and brings plenty of sunshine. Morning lows will be below zero for the Ports, I have -3° for Duluth. We will slowly make it to 15° by the afternoon.


FRIDAY: We will see another system move in for Friday. There is a 40% chance of seeing some light snow, but also a little warmer temperatures. We will accumulate around 1-3" of new snow. Morning lows will be in the single digits. Highs will be around 22° for the Ports.
Have a great day!
Adam Lorch
Morning Meteorologist
WEDNESDAY HOLIDAY TRAVEL

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