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Warm spell will help trigger snow for Tuesday Night & Wednesday morning

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WEATHER STORY: A warm spell is scheduled to keep our temperatures warmer than normal until Friday. Meanwhile, a low tracking to our north will create a 40% chance for snow Tuesday afternoon into Wednesday morning. The chart in the slide show above indicates Minnesotans may not get much but the Snow Belt of the South Shore could run 3-6". WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY which is also shown in the slide show above will be in effect Tuesday afternoon until 3 a.m. Wednesday morning for Aitkin, Carlton, Pine, South St Louis, Douglas, Bayfield, Ashland, Iron, Burnett, Sawyer, Washburn and Price Counties.

MONDAY NIGHT: The sky will cloud up as the low tracks towards the east. Low temps will be much warmer than normal and run 25-30 above zero. The wind will be W 10-20 mph.

TUESDAY: The 40% snow chance should begin Tuesday afternoon. The high temp will be near 35. The wind will be W 10-20 mph.

WEDNESDAY: The snow should wrap up around 7 a.m. for most zones. Then the sky will clear towards partly cloudy. The low will be 18. The high will be 29. The wind will be NW 5-15 mph.

COMING UP: Saturday will start a cool down and there will be a new snow chance. On the Monday evening CBS 3 newscasts, meteorologist Dave Anderson will talk about how cool things will get. And, meteorologist Kaitlyn Moffett will be up bright and early Tuesday morning from 5-7 a.m. to continue tracking the Tuesday night snow.

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