Winter storm warning issued for the North Shore where a half foot of snow or more is likely

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THIS EVENING: Snow will begin for Northland in the early evening as the next system moves in from the west. The snow rate will increase as the system gets closer to the lake and winds pick up from the east-southeast pushing moisture into the system. Heavy bands of snow are possible, especially along the North Shore and in parts of Lake & Cook County. Due to the threat of heavy bands of snow and gusty winds, a winter storm warning has been issued for most of the north shore until Monday at 3:00 p.m. as well as a winter weather advisory for the lake and the Cook County until the same time. Some areas along the north shore could see a half foot or more of snow by Monday afternoon. The rest of the Arrowhead and Iron Range area will see between 2 and 4 inches of snow. The rest of Northland will see a trace of up to two inches, including Duluth. Lows will only fall around zero. Winds will blow between 10 and 15 mph with gusts up to 25 mph.

MONDAY: Persistent snow showers will continue through the morning and early afternoon Monday as the system moves southeastward. Winds will continue to be gusty between 15 and 25 mph with gusts up to 35 mph, starting in the east and finally changing to the northwest by mid-morning. Temperatures will still be colder and will only reach the upper 30s with a few areas reaching the 40s. Snow will fall as night falls as high pressures move in to keep Monday night clear and cool. Lows will fall in the mid to lower 20s.

TUESDAY: The sun will return on Tuesday with slightly warmer highs to the mid lower 40s with calmer winds. The lows will fall in the lower 30s and upper 20s. Unfortunately, this will be short-lived as another low pressure system develops over western Canada and brings another chance for winter mixing on Wednesday. Snow accumulation appears to be minimal due to temperatures mostly staying above freezing, but it will be another overcast and dreary day.

A winter storm warning is in effect for most of the North Shore through Monday afternoon, where gusty winds and heavy snow will create hazardous driving conditions.(KBJR)
The updated snowfall map for tonight shows at least five inches or more of snow for most...
The updated snowfall map for tonight shows at least five inches or more of snow over most of the north shore due to lake improvement.(KBJR)
The main round of snowfall will arrive overnight through Monday morning.(KBJR)
The occluded system will move over Northland overnight until early...
The occluded system will move over Northland overnight into the early hours of Monday.(KBJR)
As people commute to work and school, snow will continue across most of Northland creating...
As people commute to work and school, snow will continue across most of Northland, creating snowy roads.(KBJR)
The high will keep Tuesday sunny and dry with below average highs.
The high will keep Tuesday sunny and dry with below average highs.(KBJR)
The snow will be over for everyone by Monday evening once the winds calm down cutting the...
The snow will be over for everyone by Monday night once the winds die down, cutting off lake effect snow development.(KBJR)
Brief high pressure will keep Tuesday dry before another system brings more chances of a...
A brief high will keep Tuesday dry before another system brings more chances of winter mixing midweek.(KBJR)
A cloudy and snowy day is expected for Monday in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
A cloudy and snowy day is expected for Monday in Minnesota and Wisconsin.(KBJR)
For the new week, Tuesday and Thursday appear to be the only days where sunshine is likely with...
For the new week, Tuesday and Thursday seem to be the only days where sunshine is likely with decent highs. More rain and winter mixing are likely.(KBJR)

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