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Snow Showers Possible North

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TONIGHT:
There’s a chance of some snow showers tonight around Ely, Grand Marais, International Falls, and Ironwood. Expect a trace to a half inch. The jet stream is really moving fast aloft causing the uplift to spark these snow showers. Morning lows are in the mid to upper 20s. Winds are out of the northwest at 5-15mph.

WEDNESDAY:
We see partly cloudy skies on Wednesday with high temps in the low 30s. There’s a ridge in the jet stream and this will cause the air aloft to sink and keep us dry. Winds are out of the northwest at 5-15mph.

THURSDAY:
Light snow is in the forecast for Thursday. Expect a weak Alberta Clipper to swing down and bring a 40% chance of snow. Around a trace to 2” is possible with places like Ely and Ironwood seeing 2” and Duluth around a half inch. Morning lows are around 22 and highs reach 28. Skies will be overcast.

FRIDAY:
We cool off big time on Friday as a large high pressure system pushes over Eastern Iowa into Northern Illinois. This calms our winds in the morning and clears our skies. Expect lows around 10 and highs into the afternoon near 18. Skies will be partly cloudy.

SATURDAY:
Clouds increase on Saturday. A small shortwave in the jet stream pushes over the area and warms us up providing southern flow. Morning lows are in the mid teens and highs are in the low 30s.

SUNDAY:
Colder air starts to descend from north to south by Sunday. It increases clouds and our temps are rather mid as the clouds insulate our atmosphere. Lows are around 27 and highs reach 30. The cold front moving through by the late afternoon brings a 30% chance of snow. By the overnight period into Monday morning we see that chance increase to 50%.

                                                                                                                                       
Adam Clark
Chief Meteorologist
Email: aclark@kbjr6.com
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