Winter Storm Warnings and Watches up from late tonight through early Wednesday AM.
Higher pressure continues to sit to our north, giving us an easterly wind, which has lead to lake effect snow around the Twin Ports and North Shore. Light snow showers continue in these areas today, while skies trend mostly cloudy to cloudy elsewhere. Winds trend east around 5-15 mph. Highs range from the upper teens to upper 20s.
A Colorado low begins to track towards the Northland, taking a similar track to the last storm. Snow will begin to move in during the late evening and overnight hours. Winds remain easterly around 5-15 mph. Lows tonight range from the lower teens north to lower 20s south.
Snow continues Tuesday as the low strengthens and moves northeast. Winds trend northeasterly around 5-20 mph, with the strongest winds near the lake. Highs range from the upper teens to mid 20s. The snow continues Tuesday night but tapers from west to east. Winds trend northwest around 10-15 mph, so lake effect along the South Shore/U.P. is possible. Lows fall back into the single digits to mid teens.
Heaviest totals over northern Wisconsin and the U.P.
Conditions dry out Wednesday, but skies remain mostly cloudy to cloudy, as the first low departs and another one begins to develop across Montana. Highs climb into the mid teens to lower 20s. Lows fall back into the single digits.
END OF WEEK:
The low off to our west could bring another dash of snow Thursday afternoon into Friday morning, but totals look to remain light as of now. Some sunshine is possible Friday though. Highs will be in the teens to near 20. Lows overnight in the single digits above and below zero.