WEATHER ALERTS: Winter Weather Advisory for lakeside counties of MN plus Douglas & Burnett Counties in WI on Tuesday. The rest of NW WI and the U.P. faces a Winter Storm Warning. 3-6″ snow is likely in the advisory zone and 6-9″ could fall in the warning area.
A Colorado low is tracking towards our region and it’s backed up by a smaller clipper to the northwest. So, our chance for more measurable snow is near 100%. It could begin Monday night to the tune of an inch or two. Overnight low temps will be 10-18 in MN and 14-18 in WI & MI. The wind will be E 5-15.
Snow continues Tuesday as the lows continue to track and trek to the northeast. As mentioned above in the alerts paragraph, snow totals could go 3-6″ in MN and 6-9″ for WI & MI. High temps will be 18-24 around the region. The wind will be NNE 5-15 mph.
TUESDAY SNOW TOTAL ESTIMATE:
Heaviest totals over northern Wisconsin and the U.P.
The lows go and weak high pressure of the non-arctic variety comes to call. So, the sky will be partly sunny and the temps will not be bitterly cold. Wednesday’s low will be 10 with a high of 22.
THURSDAY THROUGH THE WEEKEND:
Thursday gets a 30% chance for flurries with low 9 and high 18. Friday is partly cloudy with low 0 and high 15. Saturday is partly cloudy with low -2 and high 16. Sunday will get a 30% flurry chance with low -1 and high 16.