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Showers tonight should be shelved Thursday in favor of some sun

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WEDNESDAY NIGHT:  As our latest low pressure system glides to the east, towns in Wisconsin and the U.P. have a chance for a rain and snow mix. Minnesota may be off the hook for this go round. Low temp will be near 24. The wind will be NNE 5-10 mph.

SNOW TOTALS:  1-3" is possible in an angled line from southeast of Spooner to Hayward to Ashland.

THURSDAY:  Higher air pressure will approach so the sky will become at least partly sunny. High temp will be near 38. The wind will be ESE 5-10 mph.

FRIDAY:  The high grabs firm hold of our sky on Friday and will make for a mostly sunny day. The low temp will be 23 with a high of 46. The wind will be SSW 5-10 mph.

WEEKEND:  Our region will be grazed on Saturday by another passing low pressure system and there will be a 40% chance for a rain and snow mix. Saturday low will be 30 with high 42. Sunday should be partly cloudy with low 31 and high 48.

EARLY NEXT WEEK:  Monday will be mostly sunny and the high should hit 50 after a morning low of 29. Next chance for rain showers will be next Tuesday and Wednesday. For the full 7 day forecast, please catch meteorologist Dave Anderson Wednesday night at 6 and 10 p.m. Meteorologist Austin Haskins will have updates Thursday morning between 5-7 a.m. on live, local CBS 3.

Dave Anderson

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