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Monday rain could end as snow for some

This evening and tonight: Most continue to see partly to mostly cloudy skies with temperatures in the mid and upper 60s away from the lake. Closer to the lake, temperatures remain in the mid and upper 40s. Winds are out of the northeast between 10-15 MPH. For the night tonight, most see partly to mostly cloudy skies. A spot shower can not be ruled out, especially towards the international border. Temperatures fall back into the upper 30s and lower 40 across the northland. Winds are out of the east between 10-15 MPH.

Monday: Most wake up Monday with mostly cloudy skies overhead as we progress through the mid-morning and early afternoon; we begin to see some scattered rain showers fire up across the region. Rain is more numerous north of the Twin Ports and more scattered south of the Twin Ports. Some rain showers may change over to wet snow as the system wraps, especially for northern portions of Lake and Cook County. There is little to no accumulation as temperatures climb into the mid and upper 40s across the Northland. Winds are out of the northeast between 10-20 MPH.

Tuesday: We start cloudy, but the clouds begin to clear as we head into the PM hours with partly cloudy skies by the early afternoon. Temperatures climb into the upper 40s and low 50s. Winds are out north between 5-10 MPH.

Peter Kvietkauskas

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