TODAY: An area of low pressure will bring a chance for scattered rain showers, potentially mixed with light snow at times. Winds will be gusting from the east at 10-20 MPH, gusting over 30 MPH at times. Highs reach the 30s at around 40 degrees. The bulk of our messy system begins to arrive overnight as rain and snow become more likely early Tuesday morning, mixed with freezing rain at times in northern MN.
TUESDAY: We will continue to see rain and snow throughout the day, mixed with freezing rain at times in northern MN. The rain/snow mix changes mostly to snow Tuesday evening through early Wednesday morning. Winds will blow from the ENE at 5-15 MPH, gusting over 25 MPH at times. Roads will become slippery, especially in northern Minnesota and along the north shore of Lake Superior. Ice accumulation up to a quarter inch possible in northern MN.
WEDNESDAY: Light to moderate snowfall persists throughout the morning into early afternoon. Snow will be mostly out of the region in the evening. Snow totals for this system will be highest along the northern parts of the North Shore where 8-12″ will be possible. Duluth will likely see 2-5″ of new snow from this storm.
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Have a nice day!
-Meteorologist Hunter McCullough
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