Skies remain cloudy throughout the day with scattered snow flurries around, however, it will be rather cold today. Highs today in the mid 20s to low 30s with winds out of the west around 5-10 mph. With the cold temperatures and light winds, wind chills will be down into the teens and low 20s, so bundle up if your heading out.
A low pressure with a wave in the jet stream will move northeast, spreading with it the chance of snow showers. Snow chances sit at 60% for northern Wisconsin and 30%-40% on the Minnesota side. The lake effect snow machine will turn on tonight as winds will trend northwesterly at 5-10 mph. Lows tonight remain cold, however, in the mid teens to low 20s. Wind chills could be down into the single digits to mid-teens Friday morning.
Snow showers will continue through most of Friday morning, slowly ending by Friday afternoon. However, lake effect snow will continue in the U.P. and along the south shore. Models are showing moderate to potentially heavy snow in these areas through the day Friday, and continuing through Saturday morning. Snow totals along the south shore and snowbelt could potentially reach 8-12″.
Skies will clear west of a Port Wing to Hayward line Friday night, as a strong high pressure moves down to our south. Lows Friday night down into the single digits and teens.
Skies will become cloudy Saturday afternoon once again as another clipper system will bring snow showers to the area Saturday night, lasting through Sunday. Some lake effect snow could be possible as well. Temperatures will remain cold, with highs in the mid 20s to low 30s during the day, falling back into the teens overnight.