Weather Now Forecast

By Weather Team

March 3, 2012 Updated Nov 26, 2014 at 3:32 PM CST

COLD THANKSGIVING



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DETAILED FORECAST


Wednesday, November 26



TONIGHT: Lake effect snow will continue for the south shore areas east of Brule, WI. 6-10" are possible in Northern Bayfield and Northern Iron and Gogebic Counties, with 3-6" possible in the southern areas of these counties. The rest of the Northland will stay dry and will be cold. I. Falls will see -16º and the Range will be around -12º and the Twin Ports are near -6º. With the snow showers temperatures around Ashland will be near 2º and 5º in Ironwood.





THANKSGIVING: High pressure builds and we cool off big time. Downright cold! Highs reach 9º with mostly sunny skies.





FRIDAY: A warm front approaches from the south which gives us a 60% chance of snow showers accumulating from a trace to 3". Lows are near 3º and highs near 18º.





SATURDAY: Expect a 30% chance of an icy mix in the morning and the warmer air gets our temperatures up to 12º for a low and 28º for a high. We will have mostly cloudy skies.





SUNDAY: We are colder but we still have a lingering 20% chance of snow showers. Lows are down to 10º and highs are near 18º.




Have a great Thanksgiving!


Adam Clark


Chief Meteorologist

THANKSGIVING




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