THURSDAY NIGHT: A high pressure cell will keep the sky clear tonight and that will allow temps to go below zero a bit especially for Minnesota towns. The range of low temps in MN should run -10 to 0. WI and MI should place between -5 and +5. The wind will be NNW 5-10 mph.
FRIDAY: The high pressure system sticks around one more day so the sky will be mostly sunny again. The high temps will be 18-23. The wind will be WNW 5-15 mph.
SATURDAY: After a slight chance of some flurries and light snow showers north of Duluth in the morning, the sky will become partly sunny to mostly cloudy. Low temp will be 7 with a high of 34 and that will start another warm spell for a while
SUNDAY: The sky will be mostly cloudy but no precip is likely. The low will be 24 with a high of 40.
NEXT WEEK: Little lows lurking towards the west will keep clouds up but not really bring major precip chances. Monday will be partly sunny with low 23 and high 34. Tuesday gets a 30% chance for flurries with low 18 and high 38. The warm spell may last through Wednesday and so will a light snow chance. In fact, come Thursday when the temps drop back to normal in the upper 20's, a slight light snow chance will linger.