As high pressure builds into the region tonight, we will see clearing skies. The U.P. will still be under a winter weather advisory through Sunday morning with light lake effect. Temperatures on the Minnesota side will plummet well below zero. Lows overnight tonight will be near -10 degrees, with winds out of the northwest at 5-15. Wind chills will be near 30 degrees below zero.
High pressure slides overhead for Sunday, this keeps up with clear and conditions. Temperatures waking up will be in the double digits below zero, and high temperatures bounce back into the single digits above zero. Clouds will increase into the afternoon as winds shift from northwest to southwest at 5-10 mph.
A weaker shortwave slides across the region for Monday, with continued southwest to a westerly flow. High temperatures will reach to near 10 degrees with mostly sunny skies.
The jet stream will deepen further to the south, with a stronger shortwave which will advect much colder air into the region. We will see a mix of sun and clouds for the afternoon, and slight chance for flurries to the North. Lack of moisture however will limit that, and temperatures reach near 11 degrees.
Wednesday morning will be another very cold day with morning lows in the double digits below zero. Winds will be pretty breezy with high temperatures in the upper single digits. Good news as we head into late week, no snow chances, and temperatures are on a slow warming trend.