CLOUDY TONIGHT, LEADS WAY TO SOME SUNSHINE AND WARMER TEMPERATURES TOMORROW
Tonight we will continue to remain under overcast cloudy skies. Overnight low temperatures will be dropping into the mid and upper teens. Winds will be calm out of the south at 5 mph.
Tomorrow we will start the day under cloudy skies. As the day progresses, after lunch, the clouds will begin to thin out and allow some sun to shine through on parts of the Northland. Winds will be out of the southwest at 10-15mph. High temperatures will reach into the upper 20’s and flirt with 30 degrees for the entire Northland. For a change, temperatures will finally be above average.
Monday we start off mostly cloudy again, with light snow moving into the the Borderlands and Arrowhead, with a possible 1-2” accumulation. The rest of the region will just see light flurries with a dusting to an inch of snow accumulations. High temperatures will again be in the low 30’s.
Tuesday we fall into the mid and upper 20’s, with partly sunny skies and a calm, dry day.
The next snow maker system arrives Wednesday through Thursday and could put down up to 5 inches of snow for some of us. Snow accumulation details will be fine-tuned as the system gets closer.
Friday and Saturday the cold arctic air arrives again and cools us down dramatically into the single digits as a high temperatures and overnight lows below zero!
-Meteorologist BRITTNEY MERLOT