FRIDAY NIGHT & SATURDAY MORNING:
An advancing high pressure system is driving a cold front ahead of itself and that is providing lift over Lake Superior to fire up some lake effect snow on the South Shore and Snow Belt. The heaviest should be done by 7 PM but flurries may linger several hours longer. The rest of the region will be mostly cloudy to start but a clearer finish is likely due to the cloud crushing nature of the high. Low temps will be 7-15 in MN and 10-15 in WI and MI. The wind will be NW 10-20 mph.
The high will conquer the sky and make things clear to partly cloudy. High temps will run 30-35 region-wide which is pretty close to normal. The wind will be W 5-10 mph.
A trough of lower pressure aloft will ride up and over the dome of higher air pressure at the surface and create a mostly cloudy sky but only a tiny chance for snow flurries. Low will be 18 and the high will hit 36.
MONDAY & BEYOND:
Monday will be partly sunny with low 21 and high 37. Tuesday will be mostly cloudy with low 24 and high 43. Wednesday will be partly cloudy with low 27 and high 45.