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More rain & snow likely through Friday

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THURSDAY NIGHT:

The low pressure system will continue its slow drift across our region so light snow showers and patchy freezing drizzle will continue. Low temps will run the range of 10-25 in Minnesota. The range will be 25-30 for Wisconsin and the U.P. The wind will be NE 10-20 mph.

FRIDAY:

That trough of lower pressure will still stick with us into Friday and that means a 40-50% chance for more light snow will linger. Check the snow total map below for how much is expected from this round. Friday's high temps will be 27-34 in MN and go 32-36 in WI and MI. It will be warmer than normal like that for all zones. The wind will be NE 5-10 mph.

SNOW TOTALS:

Between Thursday morning and Friday evening, most areas should see light accumulations, but the higher totals will be along the North and South Shores. Duluth could see 2-4", with areas in northern Bayfield county seeing potentially 4-8". 

WEEKEND:

Saturday will be mostly cloudy with low 25 and high 32. Sunday will be mostly cloudy with low 22 and high 32.

NEXT WEEK:

The warm spell that began on Wednesday will persist at leas until next Thursday. Normal high is near 20 and the whole week will run 29-32. Next snow chance comes Tuesday. It is a 30% chance for light snow and will last through Wednesday.

Dave Anderson

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