MONDAY NIGHT: The low pressure system that brought snow and a rain/snow mix will continue to move east overnight so precip will wind down. Travel cautiously, though, as road crews continue the clean up. When the precip ends overnight, the clouds will linger so we'll call the sky mostly cloudy. Low temps will descend especially in Minnesota. There, low temps will go 0-10. In Wisconsin and Michigan, they'll run 10-15. The wind will be NNW 5-15 mph.
SNOW TOTALS: Most areas will see up to an inch of snow, but the Mesabi Iron Range and Vermilion Iron Range could see the higher totals, where 2-4" is possible. 1-2" is also possible east of State HWY 13 in Wisconsin.
TUESDAY: A strong high pressure will slowly approach from the northwest. This will start to bring in colder air but the tenacious clouds will still cling to our sky for one more day. Again, we will call the sky mostly cloudy. High temps will run from 10-17 in MN. They'll go 15-20 in WI and MI. The wind will be WNW 10-20 mph.
WEDNESDAY: The high pressure will now conquer the sky and depose the clouds and crown it clear and blue. This high starts initially as an arctic one so temps will be nippy: low of -10 and high only +7.
THURSDAY: It will be another sunny but cool day due to the high pressure cell. Low temp will be -10 with a high of 17.
FRIDAY: The high will migrate to the south where it's backside will induce a southerly wind towards our region. The sky will stay clear but now a warm spell will begin to replace the previous cold snap. Low will be 10 with high of 33.
WEEKEND: The high will continue its life so sunshine and warm temperatures will continue. Saturday will be sunny with low 20 and high 35. Sunday will be sunny with low 22 and high 38.