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COOLER DAYS AND CHILLY NIGHTS AHEAD
As the storm shifts eastward, the skies are clearing behind it causing temps to drop to below freezing. It has been quite a few months since we have had a morning as cold as this one with temps in the 20s and low 30s across the Northland. The skies will remain mostly clear throughout the day giving us plenty of sunshine, but it won’t help too much with high temps in the 40s and breezy conditions keeping things on the chilly side.
Low pressure originating out of the Hudson Bay is moving south towards the Great Lakes and will bring clouds back to the Northland tomorrow. Winds across Lake Superior will generate some lake effect precipitation along the south shore starting with scattered showers during the day, then transitioning to a wintry mix and possibly a light dusting of snow once the cooler night air takes over. Aside from that we can expect dry weather this weekend with highs in the 40s. A slight chance of rain pops up on Sunday night, before a higher likelihood of rainfall shows up again Tuesday night into Wednesday.
Meteorologist Ken Slama