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Chilly Tuesday, Cold Wednesday in store.

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TONIGHT:
A low pressure system to our south over Chicago will move to the north and east and bring a chance of snow showers for NW Wisconsin and the U.P., especially around Hayward and Ironwood. The snow continues east throughout the night and we have mostly cloudy to partly cloudy skies throughout the overnight period with lows in the mid to upper single digits. The South Shore and U.P. will have mid to low teens. Winds are out of the northwest at 5-15mph.

TUESDAY:
High pressure over Saskatchewan will usher in some colder air from the north Tuesday. Expect windy conditions with a northwest flow at 15-20mph. High temps are in the mid to upper teens. Locations around the Iron Range and Borderland will see highs in the upper single digits to low teens. Expect a few flurries around the U.P. with the continued northwest flow.

WEDNESDAY:
The large high moves over the Dakotas and into Minnesota keeping us cold and clear Wednesday. Morning lows are around -9 in Duluth and -19 to -15 around the Iron Range and Borderland. Highs temps reach the mid to upper single digits and skies are sunny.

THURSDAY:
The huge high sinks southward and brings another cold clear calm night. Lows are again around -9 in Duluth and around -16 to -13 further up north. Expect near -15 to -20 around Hayward. A southern flow increases our temps into the upper teens by the afternoon with sunny skies expected.

FRIDAY/SATURDAY:
The high pressure system moves over the southeastern states and starts pumping in warmer air from the south and west. Friday expect morning lows near 9 and highs near 36. Saturday we warm up further as a ridge builds from the west. Morning lows are in the low 20s and highs reach the upper 30s. Expect partly cloudy skies.


Adam Clark
Chief Meteorologist
Email: aclark@kbjr6.com
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Twitter: @AdamClarkKBJR6

Adam Clark

Chief Meteorologist

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