Today: The system that brought us the snow yesterday evening though last night is beginning to exit the region this morning. There could be a few stray snow showers leftover in the arrowhead region, but those will clear out as we progress through the rest of this morning. Afterwards, we will be left behind with mostly cloudy skies overhead for the day today. Meanwhile, temperatures climb into the mid and upper 30's which will help with any snow clearing efforts. Winds are a bit breezy blowing from the west between 10-15 mph.
Tonight: We're quiet. Mostly cloudy skies stick around for the night tonight. Temperatures fall back into the mid and upper 20's across most of the Northland. Meanwhile, winds let up being light and variable.
Tomorrow: More snow! We start off the early morning mostly cloudy, however snow begins to work its way into the region by the morning commute. There is still a lot of uncertainty with this system. We're not quite sure where the rain-snow line will set up quite yet helping to suppress totals. So, as for now, we are calling for 4-8'' for points north of the Twin Ports and, 1-4" for points south. Be sure to stay tuned!
Coming up: Meteorologist Kaitlyn Moffet will have the up to date details on CBS 3 at 5:00 & 6:00 PM.