COLDER MIDWEEK BEFORE A WEEKEND WARM-UP
Colder weather and snow showers will remind the Northland that it’s still winter, but another warm-up is in the forecast.
While temperatures were about five to fifteen degrees colder Tuesday afternoon compared to Monday, highs reached the 20s and 30s.
Some scattered flurries and snow showers developed late morning Tuesday into the afternoon. More are possible tonight as lows drop into the single digits and teens.
More scattered snow showers are likely Wednesday, but accumulations of a few inches will be confined to the South Shore and Snow Belt.
Sunshine and brisk winds return Thursday.
Highs for the middle and end of the week will be in the teens and low-20s with overnight lows around zero.
A warming trend kicks in again this weekend with highs in the 20s and low-30s Saturday and well into the 30s to around 40° Sunday.
That’ll continue into early next week!
Along with the warming trend, some snow is possible Sunday night with a wintry mix Monday.
Fox 21 Chief Meteorologist Anthony Peoples