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Tail end of departing storm system could create lake effect for South Shore

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WEATHER STORY: The Thursday-Friday storm system brought most of its precip to southwestern MN and brought us more rain than snow for a lot of towns. The low is now going east but its tail will keep a chance for lake effect snow going on the South Shore of Lake Superior until early Saturday morning. South Shore folks in Bayfield, Ashland and Iron Counties face a WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY until 6 am Saturday.

FRIDAY NIGHT & SATURDAY MORNING: The sky will be mostly cloudy but precip chances will drop precipitously in Minnesota. The chance will stick around overnight, though, for Wisconsin and Michigan. Low temp will be 23. The wind will be N 10-15 mph.

SATURDAY: The sky will be mostly cloudy. It should be dry in MN. But, early morning lake effect snow is probable in WI and possible in MI. High temp will be 26. The wind will be N 5-10 mph.

SUNDAY: A weak center of high air pressure will make the sky partly sunny. Low will be 17 and the high will hit 25. The wind will be N 5-10 mph.

COMING UP: The high will be gone as early as Monday and a new low could set us up for fresh snow on Wednesday. Meteorologist Dave Anderson will talk about that Friday night on the CBS 3 evening news at 5, 6 and 10 pm. Meteorologist Peter Kvietkauskas will have updates Saturday and Sunday evenings.

Dave Anderson

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