TODAY/TONIGHT: Today we will see a 40% chance of some lake effect snow off and on from the Ports, up the North Shore. Winds will be out of the east 10-15mph gusting up to 20mph, creating the lake effect snow bands. A few inches of fluffy snow will be possible in these areas today. The rest of the region will be mostly cloudy this afternoon with highs in the upper teens and lower 20’s.
Tonight we will have mostly cloudy skies and a 40% chance of some lake effect snow around the head of the lake. Mostly cloudy skies for everyone else with snow from our next wintry system spreading in from the south.
TUESDAY: Snow will move into the region very early Tuesday morning, spreading from south to north. It should arrive in the Ports sometime after 4am, although we might be seeing lake effect snow before that too. The snow will continue through the day with northeast winds bringing some heavier bands of snow at the head of the lake. We will see periods of reduced visibility and very poor driving conditions. New accumulations will be heaviest in Wisconsin with 4-8” there. The Ports will likely see between 3-6” of snow, but possibly more if we see some big lake enhancement bands.
WEDNESDAY: Wednesday we will see clearing skies and mild temperatures Highs will be near 20° in Duluth with winds out of the WNW 5-10mph. At least it wont get super cold after this round of snow!
THURSDAY: Thursday we will see mostly cloudy skies. There is a slight chance of some snow showers, but models are not in agreement on this. Highs will be in the upper teens and lower 20’s.