WEATHER STORY: A low creeping along the Canadian border will create snow for everyone overnight. Some towns will get more than others, though. Most of us will get a trace to three inches of snow. WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY will cover the Walker, Minnesota area including Bemidji and Brainerd. It will also cover northern WI and the U.P. Those zones will get 3-5" of snow. Check out the slide show above for a map of how much snow is expected and a map of the advisory zones.
TUESDAY NIGHT: The snow chance is 80% around the region. Low temp will be near 20 above zero. The wind will be E 10-20 mph.
WEDNESDAY: The snow should wrap up pretty early in the morning and then the sky will begin to clear towards partly cloudy. High temp in the afternoon will be near 31. The wind will be NW 10-20 mph.
THURSDAY: Higher air pressure will fully take over and deliver a mostly sunny sky. The low will be 13. The high will be 30. The wind will be W 10-20 mph.
COMING UP: Another batch of snow could be with us on Friday. Meteorologist Dave Anderson will talk about how much that chance might bring on the Tuesday evening CBS 3 newscasts. Wednesday morning, meteorologist Kaitlyn Moffett will wrap up the Tuesday night snowfall and help track that potential Friday system plus chat about a small cool down coming on Sunday.