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Temps Drop Tonight!

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Our low pressure system finally moves east and out of the region as high pressure builds from the west and will clear our skies and help bring in arctic air! Low temps are near -5 to -10 tonight with mostly clear to partly cloudy skies. A NW wind at 5-15mph will bring some flurries and lake effect snow showers to the South Shore and U.P.

Our large high pressure system moves to the south and we see a western wind as the flow around the high is clockwise. Skies are mostly sunny with a few more clouds along the South Shore and U.P. There’s even a 40% chance of lake effect snow showers in Iron and Gogebic Counties.  Expect high temperatures to be right around 0 with some locations to the north of Duluth below zero for highs and to the south in the mid single digits above zero.

We see clear skies on Wednesday as the high pressure system moves over southern Minnesota. Morning low temperatures are down to -16, wind chills will be around -25 to -35 Wednesday morning. The afternoon will struggle to get above zero, in fact, Duluth’s high will be around -2.

A shortwave in the jet stream pushes through the Dakotas and brings more clouds and a 50% chance of snow showers in the morning for areas south of the Iron Range and Silver Bay on Thursday. To the north, we’re not expecting as much activity. Morning temps are near -8 and highs reach 13 by the afternoon hours.

A low pressure system moves in from the west and with counter-clockwise flow expect a southern wind to warm us up a bit. Morning lows are near 9 and highs reach the upper 20s. Expect mostly cloudy skies as the low brings a 30% chance of snow showers.

High pressure build behind the low and brings in more cold air. With the colder air pushing into the region we see a 20% chance of snow. Temps drop throughout the afternoon. Morning temps are in the mid to upper teens and temps by the afternoon will be in the upper single digits.

Adam Clark
Chief Meteorologist
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Adam Clark

Chief Meteorologist

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