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Clouds build Monday night to lay down light snow on Tuesday

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WEATHER STORY: High air pressure brought a little sun to the Monday picture but a new low will paint the sky gray overnight. Tuesday will be cloudy with a 60% chance for light snow.

MONDAY NIGHT: The high will depart and a low pressure system will take the stage to increase the clouds. Low temp will be near 25. The wind will be E 5-10 mph.

TUESDAY: The fast moving but not very powerful low will make for a cloudy sky and a 60% chance for a trace to two inches of snow. The trace is most likely in NW WI. The two inches is more likely for the Mesabi and Vermilion Iron Ranges in MN. The rest of us will probably get snow near the one inch mark. The high temp will be near 35. The wind will be SE 5-10 mph.

WEDNESDAY: The Tuesday low will go elsewhere but the next cloud clearing high will be slow to get here. Wednesday should be dry but the sky will still be mostly cloudy to partly sunny. The low temp will be 30 with a high of 35. The wind will be SSE 5-10 mph.

COMING UP: This next high could be a big and persistent one and keep us sunny and dry for several days starting on Thursday. Meteorologist Dave Anderson will talk about how that will affect the weekend on the Monday evening CBS 3 newscasts at 5, 6 and 10 pm. Meteorologist Kaitlyn Moffett will offer up ideas on when we'll get our next precip chance after the Tuesday snow and the long dry spell that will follow during the Tuesday morning news from 5-7 am.

Dave Anderson

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