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60'S AND SUNNY FOLLOWED BY A MASSIVE TEMPERATURE DROP! RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS HEAD INTO THE NORTHLAND OVERNIGHT.
Tonight we are already seeing temperatures drop drastically. This is because a cold front is dipping down into the Northland from Canada and bringing a 30 degree temperature change. This front will also push in rain showers tonight, with a possible clap of thunder. As we hit our overnight low, the rain will likely mix and turn into snow in the early morning hours. There is a chance we could see up to an inch of accumulated snowfall, with locally higher amounts along the North Shore. This band of snow and rain showers will be scattered on Sunday afternoon and lift back north late afternoon. High temperatures to end the weekend will only be in the upper 30's, with a lake breeze.
To start the work and school week off, temperatures will remain below average in the low 40's. Another system moves into the region and brings another shot for rain, freezing rain and even sleet on Monday.
Tuesday we dry out temporarily but remain under mostly cloudy skies.
Wednesday another system brings a shot for a rain and snow mix. So the beginning of this week is going to be a cold, slippery and sloppy mix. Give yourself extra time in the morning as you are headed to work and school.
- Meteorologist Brittney Merlot