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Models change snow outcome for Northland

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AFTERNOON/TONIGHT: This afternoon we will see partly sunny to mostly cloudy skies. Then increasing clouds again into tonight. There will be a chance of some wintry mix, including some freezing drizzle in Central-Minnesota tonight, rest of us will be dry. Lows will be in the mid-20’s.

THURSDAY: The models have made a big swing in their outcome for this oncoming winter storm. Now it looks like the system will be a bit further south and drier. Snow is still expected on Thursday, but the arrival could be later in the afternoon. Giving it a 40% chance in the morning, then a 70% chance in the afternoon. Accumulations through Thursday will be around an inch or so for Duluth, but Central Minnesota could see 1-3”. Winds will be east 5-15 with highs in the lower 30’s.

FRIDAY: The system will still stall out to our south, which will bring snow chances through Thursday night and into Friday. Looks like the most accumulation will be for Wisconsin and East-Central Minnesota. Around 3-6” is expected there. Winds will be out of the north 10-15mph with highs near 30°.  

SATURDAY: Saturday we will see mostly cloudy skies and a slight chance of some flurries. Highs will be in the lower 20’s with winds out of the northwest.    

Meteorologist Adam Lorch

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