After the bitter cold for much of last week, the upcoming week will feature more seasonal temperatures with a few snow chances.

Light snow and freezing drizzle moved across the Northland Saturday night and Sunday.  Most accumulations were under an inch, but there were some reports of 1”-2” across Northwest Wisconsin.

High temperatures only topped out in 30s to near 40° Sunday after some hometowns, including Duluth, made it into the 40s Saturday.

Any remaining snow flurries will come to an end tonight with mostly cloudy skies and lows in the 20s.

Our next weather maker will drop in Monday afternoon and bring an inch or so of snow, which could be mixed with freezing drizzle, at times, into Monday night and early Tuesday.

Highs for the first half of the upcoming week will be in the 30s.

Another system brings more snow Wednesday afternoon, Wednesday night, and Thursday.  We could be looking at a few inches of snow with this one.

Highs will drop into the 20s Thursday and remain in the 20s and 30s for Friday.

We’ll see a sun and cloud mix Friday into next weekend with a few scattered flurries from time to time with passing weak fronts.

Highs will be mostly in the 30s, with some 20s possible.

Fox 21 Chief Meteorologist Anthony Peoples

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