TONIGHT: Rain and snow showers will diminish for Minnesotans, and snow showers will continue for those in Wisconsin. Lake effect snow showers will accumulate up to 2". Otherwise, we will see overcast skies with gusts north winds 10-15 mph. Temperatures will stay mild in the low 20s.
SATURDAY: This system that we have been dealing with over the last few days is large and slow-moving. We will continue to see breezy and cloudy conditions. Lake effect snow shower will dry up for the south shore, but I can't rule out a stray snow shower across the Northland. Winds will be out of the north gusting over 10mph and temperatures will be slightly cooler in the upper 20s.
SUNDAY: We will finally a little bit of sun by Sunday. The system will still be throwing mostly cloudy skies in the morning, but some sun is likely in the afternoon. Sunday morning temperatures will be in the teens and highs in the low 20s. North wind 5-10 mph.
EXTENDED FORECAST: We will see slightly cooler temperatures to start the week, with the coldest air by Tuesday morning. Temperatures will drop below zero. After that, we see a rollercoaster in temperatures and slight chances for snow. Not seeing anything big in the forecast.