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ALERT: Dangerously cold temperatures, wind chills expected today

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WEATHER ALERTS: A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY continues through 9 AM for Iron County and 11 AM for Gogebic County. A WIND CHILL WARNING continues through noon on the Minnesota side, with a WIND CHILL ADVISORY for all of northern Wisconsin and Pine County.

TODAY: We'll continue to see plenty of sunshine, but the bitter to even dangerous cold will continue. Wind chill values will be in the -25 to -50 range this morning, but will improve slightly throughout the day. Iron County and the U.P. will see some lake effect snow showers that'll bring another 1-2". Winds trend WNW to NW at 5-15 mph. Highs will be on either side of zero, with Duluth reaching a high of 0.

TONIGHT: The high moves down to our south into tonight. It'll be another frigid night with clear skies. The good news is winds will be light and turn SW overnight. Lows will likely be in the teens and 20s below. Wind chill values will be in the 20s and 30s below, so not as bad as this morning, but a WIND CHILL ADVISORY may be needed once again.

FRIDAY: The high moves southeast into the afternoon and a warm front approaches from the west. We'll see sunny skies for most of the day, but clouds will increase into the afternoon. This will lead to a 20% to 30% chance of some light snow showers Friday night. Winds, however, will be breezy out of the S and SW at 10-20 mph. Highs climb into the mid-teens and lows remain steady in the low to mid-teens. Temps should slowly climb throughout the night.

WEEKEND: A few light snow showers are possible Saturday morning, otherwise the weekend looks pretty quiet. A cold front, however, will knock the temperatures for Sunday. Sunday overall looks pleasant with mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies as a quick moving high passes through. Highs are in the mid 20s to low to mid 30s Saturday, falling back into the teens to mid 20s Sunday.

MONDAY AND TUESDAY: Models are coming into better agreement on a low pressure system, but the timing of it is still a bit of a question mark. As of now, it looks like Monday and Monday night will be the best chance for some snow showers, with the chance for some accumulation. Highs will be in the mid-teens to low to mid 20s.

WEDNESDAY THROUGH FRIDAY: High pressure will settle in for Wednesday and Thursday, bringing in plenty of sunshine. Clouds move in Friday with a possible chance for snow, but of course, that's a week out and models don't agree on that as of now. Highs are in the teens Wednesday, but warming into the 20s Thursday and 30s Friday.

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Austin Haskins

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