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A few more flurries may float for Tuesday

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WEATHER STORY: Sunday night's low pressure system brought up to three inches of snow for the Minnesota Arrowhead and the Wisconsin/Michigan Snow Belt. Tonight, that low is still slowly leaving our area. So, Tuesday may have a few more flurries float down from the sky before higher air pressure clears up the sky on Wednesday.

MONDAY NIGHT: The sky will be partly cloudy. Low temp should be cooler than normal at 24. The wind will be NW 5-15 mph.

TUESDAY: The tail end of the departing low pressure system will make the sky partly sunny with a 20% chance for rain and snow mix showers. The high temp will be 40 and that is much cooler than normal. The wind will be NW 5-15 mph.

WEDNESDAY: A new high pressure system will bring back a mostly sunny sky. The low will be a brisk 22. The high will be cooler than the normal of 50. It will only get up to 41 on Wednesday. The wind will be W 5-10 mph.

COMING UP:  The high will keep us sunny through Thursday. Another low will bring another chance for rain and snow mixes by Friday. Monday night, meteorologist Dave Anderson will say if that low will bring snow to Saturday as well. Tuesday morning between 5-7 a.m. on CBS 3 TV, meteorologist Kaitlyn Moffett keep an eye on the Tuesday flurry chance on the off chance it tries to slick up the roads.

Dave Anderson

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