Skies remain mostly cloudy throughout the day as a weak low moves down to our south and a wave in the jet stream slides through. Winds will begin out of the southeast, turning east by the afternoon, around 5-10 mph, thanks to a high sliding in to the north. Lake effect snow will occur along the North Shore throughout the day. Highs will top out in the 20s to near 30.
Lake effect snow showers will continue tonight from the Twin Ports up the North Shore. The rest of the Northland will remain under mostly cloudy skies. Winds will trend easterly around 5-15 mph. Lows tonight range from the lower teens north to lower 20s south.
The lake effect snow showers will taper off by the early afternoon, however, skies will remain mostly cloudy throughout the day. Winds will trend easterly around 5-15 mph, so it may be breezy at times. High temperatures will climb back into the mid 20s to near 30. Lows Saturday night fall back into the teens to lower 20s under mostly cloudy skies.
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The high pressure will continue sliding southeast into Sunday, however, another wave in the jet stream will slide through the Northland, keeping the clouds around. Highs will remain mild though, in the mid 20s to lower 30s.
Monday looks pleasant, with partly cloudy skies and highs in the 30s. Clouds increase once again heading into midweek, with a few light snow chances, and temperatures beginning to fall as a northwest wind takes over. With the northwest wind taking over, we could be seeing some lake snow along the South Shore. Temperatures are forecasted to fall back into the teens by Wednesday.