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Tuesday, December 1
Temperatures dip down to 30 in Duluth tonight and the upper 20s in the Iron Range with continued snow showers. By the lake there will be a rain/snow mix. The big concern for tonight for the entire region is the chance of ice developing within the slush that’s on many roadways. Take extra care and precaution tonight. In Northern Wisconsin we have temps near 22 and in Ironwood we have 26 with cloudy skies. The best chance of snow is on the Minnesota side tonight then that swath moves into Wisconsin for Wednesday morning.
The swath of snow that meandered its way across the Northland will continue east along with the upper level low that it is attached to. We have the best chance of snow in Northern Wisconsin, for places east of Ashland who has a 40% chance of snow showers. That goes for Ironwood as well, 40% with cloudy skies. Further north and west we have partly cloudy skies in International Falls and highs near 32. The Iron Range has mostly cloudy conditions and highs around 33. Duluth sees a 30% chance of snow in the morning hours.
A ridge of high pressure builds on Thursday which warms us up to 38 with partly cloudy skies. Friday we are warming up further! The ridge gets larger and a high pressure system over Kentucky helps warm us up to 40 with partly cloudy skies.
The weekend we have low 40s for both Saturday and Sunday. There’s a weak trough that swings through the region, but it is moisture starved. We get up to 43 on Saturday and after the trough passes our highs are around 41 on Sunday.
Have a great day and drive safe!