Forecast

WARMING TREND CONTINUES INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK WITH MORE SNOW CHANCES

A slow warming trend is underway across the Northland, but it’s still very cold for mid-November.

A little over an inch of snow fell in Duluth early Wednesday, which is the largest one day snowfall in this early snow season.  However, Silver Bay, Minnesota, picked up 3.1” of snow.

High temperatures Wednesday afternoon were in the teens and 20s, which was about five to ten degrees warmer than Tuesday afternoon.  Yet, the winds made it feel colder.

Mostly cloudy skies are expected tonight with some scattered snow showers possible.  Lows again will fall into the single digits to around 12°, but it’ll feel colder with the winds.

The sun may break out briefly Thursday, but some snow showers are possible across northern Minnesota in the afternoon.  Highs will be in the 20s to around 30°.

More sunshine is expected Friday with similar highs to Thursday.

The weekend will be warmer with highs in the 30s.

A weather disturbance will bring a light wintry mix Saturday evening into early Sunday.  It may start out as a rain, snow, or freezing rain mix that’ll change over to light snow Saturday night and Sunday morning.

We could see an inch or two of accumulation.

Early next week, we have a chance of snow showers Monday night and Tuesday, but high temperatures will stay in the 30s!

Fox 21 Chief Meteorologist Anthony Peoples