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HIGH PRESSURE BLOCKS SNOW JUST OUT TO OUR WEST TONIGHT, BREEZY CONDITIONS CONTINUE
Tonight we will see increasing clouds as a snow storm pushes by us. A very slight chance for some light snow could fall in Grand Rapids, Aitkin, Moose Lake & Siren but I think the snow will stay just to the west of them in Bemidji and Little Falls. Our strong lake breeze at 15-30 mph is keeping the snow from moving towards us. Instead it will head mostly south and a tad east through the night. But this will keep a majority of the Northland under mostly cloudy skies through the night. Overnight lows will fall into the teen inland and low 20’s around the lake.
Tomorrow the storm moving by and a high pressure keeps us breezy with an east wind. Lakeside towns only rising into the low 30’s. Inland into the upper 30’s and low 40’s again! Mostly cloudy skies will dominate as the system moves through Illinois. Winds will continue to be sustained at 15-20mph and gusts up to 30mph at times. As the night wears on, clouds will clear and the winds will calm as a high pressure settles in over the Northland.
That brings abundant sunshine for Sunday, calm winds and temperatures rising into the 40’s for everyone!
Sunday night through Tuesday morning a storm system breaks through and swings through central Wisconsin. This will bring warmer temperatures alongside rain, sleet and snow mix. We have the potential for a few inches to accumulate through Sunday night and again on Monday night. But during the day on Monday temperatures will climb into the 40’s and mainly rain will fall. So a wintry mix of rain, sleet and snow is headed our way, with the potential for 2-3” of snow to accumulate in some places.
But don’t fret, mid-40’s and plentiful sunshine arrive Wednesday through Saturday! Hello Spring!
-Meteorologist BRITTNEY MERLOT