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Winter Storm Watch issued: Jenna Lake’s forecast

Tonight: Light snow
Snowfall will continue tonight, unattached to the next big system that comes into our area Monday night. Tonight, we can expect 1-2 inches in areas Two Harbors and South. Snow will taper early morning on Monday but North Shore lake effect will linger into Monday morning. We’ll see a low of 5 degrees tonight with winds out of the East 5-10 miles per hour.

Monday: N.S lake effect AM, heavier snow PM
Starting things off relatively partly cloudy and turning more cloudy as the day goes on. The North Shore will have a 40% chance of lake effect snow. Winds will be out of the Southeast 10-15 miles per hour with temperatures topping out near 20 degrees. Lows on Monday night fall only slightly into the upper teens and snow will move in by Tuesday morning. A Winter Storm Watch goes into effect at 9 PM Monday.

Tuesday: Heavy snow
A 100% chance of snow on Tuesday with a high near 22 degrees. This accumulating snowfall looks to be heaviest in Northwest Wisconsin. Winds will be out of the Northeast which may add some lake enhancement along the South Shore. 4-8 inches are possible in the SE half of our area. The Winter Storm Watch ends at 9 PM Tuesday. Lows will fall to the single digits Tuesday night.

Mostly cloudy skies with a 20% chance of lingering snow showers in the morning. We’ll see a high of 18 degrees with winds out of the West 5-10 miles per hour. Lows on Wednesday night fall to 3 degrees.

A 30% chance for light snow on Thursday with temperatures topping out near 18 degrees. Winds will be out of the North 5-10 miles per hour. Low temperatures on Thursday night fall to 2 degrees.

Partly cloudy skies and chillier temperatures return.

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