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MORE COLD DAYS AHEAD - SNOW THIS WEEKEND?
After a snow storm that left many of us under 4-7” of snow, we remain quite cold this morning, with low temperatures near zero in some areas! Silver Bay especially saw a low of -15 this morning; it won’t stay that cold all day, but rest assured it will still feel like winter today. For your Thursday, expect cloudy skies and a steady wind out of the northwest. Despite a high pressure up in Canada, we could still see a few lingering snow showers today, amounting to less than a half inch of accumulation. Regardless, we remain cold and cloudy and gloomy and the snow that is already on the ground isn’t going anywhere. High temperatures this afternoon will likely be in the upper teens and low 20s. The northwest wind blows at about 5-10 mph.
Tonight, more cold air is on the way, with possible low temperatures near or below zero once again. It’ll be partly to mostly cloudy overnight and some flurries are possible. Tomorrow will be a cold day for sure, with highs barely reaching the middle teens. Light snow showers are possible, but any real accumulation is unlikely. Models predict some light accumulations on Saturday, with some passing snowfall that could amount to 1-2” in some spots of the Northland. We’ll see a bump in temps by Sunday and Monday. We’re staying below freezing, but highs in the 20s and low 30s look quite possible.
Light snow is in the forecast for Tuesday next week, as well as continued seasonable highs in the 20s and the teens through the middle part of next week.
-Meteorologist WILLIAM SEAY