Another low pressure system in the far southeastern corner of South Dakota will bring a 40% chance of snow showers mainly southwest of a line from Grand Rapids to Duluth to Hayward. To the northeast the chance is around 20% to 30%. Expect accumulations to be around a half inch to an inch. The best chance of snow is in the late afternoon and evening. High temperatures are in the mid to upper 30s across the region. Ely will have upper 20s to low 30s. Winds are out of the northwest at 5-10mph.
Here comes a giant trough in the jet stream. This will allow arctic air to spill southward and our temperatures on Sunday will not get above the mid 20s. Expect mostly cloudy skies with a 20% chance of flurries. Winds will be strong and out of the north at 10-20mph. Expect mostly cloudy skies.
The winds die down and the atmosphere calms down Monday as a giant high pressure system builds over Kansas. Morning low temps are in the mid single digits. Our coldest morning yet! Highs reach the mid teens with mostly cloudy skies. There’s a chance of lake effect snow showers east of Ashland as northwest flow begins by the afternoon.
The high pressure pushes east over Illinois by Tuesday and our low temps are near 4 in the morning and highs are a bit warmer with near 20 by the afternoon. Expect mostly sunny skies.
A shortwave in the jet stream swings over by Wednesday and will bring a 30% chance of snow showers. Morning lows are in the low teens and highs reach the mid 20s.