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Light snow Monday, followed by roller coaster temps

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Clouds will start to increase as a low pressure system moves in to our south. This will start to spread light snow to our north and west, so areas along the borderland will see some late tonight. Temperatures will be in the mid to low teens with calm winds out of the east at 4-6 mph.


The low pressure continues to move east into Northwest Wisconsin. The Twin Ports will get clipped by this system with a half inch to an inch expected. 1-3" of snow is likely in Northern Minnesota, and into Northwest and Central Wisconsin. Locally higher amounts in central Wisconsin. Snow showers move out Monday night, with some lake effect for the S.S. into Tuesday morning. Temperatures will climb into the upper 20s, with winds out of the west at 4-6 mph.


An arctic high pressure starts to build in for Tuesday, so expect decreasing cloud cover, a few light snow showers for the south shore. Otherwise dry air is in place else where. High temperatures only reach into the mid teens as arctic air pushes in. Expect breezy conditions with winds out of the northwest at 10-15 mph. Lows overnight drop to upper single digits to low teens below zero.


High pressure is in place for Wednesday, and a very cold day on tap. Highs only reach into the upper single digits above zero. Clear skies for Wednesday allow another cold night with temperatures dropping back ito the single and double digits below zero.


High pressure remains with us through Friday night. Therefore, expect sunny skies and roller coaster temperatures. Highs will climb back to low 20s Thursday, and upper 30s through the weekend! Plenty of sunshine through the weekend where we could hit 40s!

Kaitlyn Moffett

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