Tonight: As we progress through the rest of this evening into tonight will gradually begin to see the clouds clear out. Any leftover snow flurries will wrap up and we will be left with mostly clear skies overhead tonight. Those clear skies allow temperatures to take a tumble. Temperatures finally bottom out in the teens across most of the Northland. With that said, we have a cold northwest wind blowing between 5-15 mph meaning the wind-chill will be in the single digits to lower teens when we wake up come Monday morning.
Monday: It is a glorious sunny day, but it's cold. Those clear skies stick around from tonight meaning we have mostly sunny skies overhead for the day on Monday. With those sunny skies, temperatures climb into the lower 30s, but we still have that pesky northwest wind blowing between 5-10 mph. Meaning, for most of us the real feel temperature will never escape the mid 20's.
Tuesday: There is increasing certainty we will see some snow Tuesday, but the big question as of now is how much. There is still a good amount of uncertainty within the models as of now. For now, the best overall bet would be 3-5" for most. I will have my latest thoughts as well as the ever so important snow map tonight at 10:00 on CBS 3.