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Colder tomorrow, tracking snow early next week

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Temperatures start off cold, with the wind chill below zero.

The light snow that's along a cold front will come to an end Thursday night and give way to partly cloudy skies, gusty Northwest winds, and much cooler temperatures. Highs Friday will only be in the upper teens. Wind chills in the morning will be below zero.


Flurries from midnight to early Saturday morning.

Early Saturday morning there is a very weak clipper that will move through and it will just bring flurries for places North of Duluth. Saturday will be cloudy and warmer than Friday with a Southwest flow that will warm us into the upper 20s.

Cold front approaches for Sunday afternoon.

Sunday will continue to have a warm Southwest wind in the morning and that will allow temps to warm into the low 30s. Skies will be completely cloudy again ahead of another cold front that will bring colder air for Monday.


This model is showing substantial snow for Monday, while other models are showing the system miss to the South.

Much colder with highs near 10°. There is a more substantial low that I've been tracking and there is still some uncertainty in the computer models on how much snow we will see, but they all are showing at least some snow. Right now I have a 60% chance for moderate snow for Monday, and with temperatures in the single digits it will be a very fluffy snow.


Extreme cold rushes in behind the low for Tuesday and Wednesday.

Behind the snow on Monday is even colder air. Highs for Tuesday and Wednesday are likely going to be sub-zero. Lows will get down to around 15 to 20° BELOW zero! There is no snow expected for Duluth, but the South shore of lake Superior in Northwest WI will likely see a good deal of Lake effect.

Meteorologist Alex Libby

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