Tonight: Clouds begin to fill in as we head towards nightfall in advance of the snow we see tonight. Those clouds keep the temperature from falling back all that far with temperatures only dropping into the mid and upper 20's across most of the Northland. Snow begins to fill in from the southwest to northeast between midnight and the first part of Sunday morning.
Tomorrow: Snow will begin to wind down as we head towards mid-morning Sunday. It's not a big system by any means but it could be enough to make some of the roads slick. Total snow accumulations ranging from a coating to up to 3".
After the snow comes to an end we are left with mostly to partly cloudy skies overhead and temperatures climb into the mid 30's.
Monday: The sun comes out again but it is cooler. Temperatures climb into the lower 30's. However, the southwest wind blowing between 10-15 mph Windchill's will hang out in the 20's all day.
Coming up: Tuesday we have another shot at snow. Will we dry out in time for the Thanksgiving rush? Meteorologist Peter Kvietkauskas will have the answer tonight at 6:00 & 10:00PM.