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A little more snow to start the week

Published: Nov. 27, 2021 at 3:26 PM CST
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DULUTH, MN. (CBS 3 Duluth) - This evening and tonight: through the rest of this evening, we see the cloudy skies stick around as temperatures fall back from the 30s back into the 20s. For tonight, clouds begin to clear, for most winds are still out of the northwest, meaning the South Shore and the U.P of Michigan still see some lake effect snow. Temperatures tonight fall back into the upper teens and lower the 20s.

Temperatures fall back into the teens and lower 20s.
Temperatures fall back into the teens and lower 20s.(CBS 3)

Sunday: Sunday for most features sunnier skies, especially in Minnesota; however, since winds are still out of the northwest sone lake effect snow and clouds linger for northwest Wisconsin as well as the U.P of Michigan. All said and done, some areas may pick up an additional 1 to 2″ of snow. Temperatures tomorrow climb into the upper 20s across the region.

Additional lake effect snow is up to 1-2" through Sunday.
Additional lake effect snow is up to 1-2" through Sunday.(CBS 3)
More sunshine Sunday as temperatures climb into the upper 20s and 30s.
More sunshine Sunday as temperatures climb into the upper 20s and 30s.(CBS 3)

Monday: Sunday night into Monday, clouds are on the increase, all ahead of our next snow system. Snow showers begin to enter the Northland for the early morning hours on Monday and continue through the first part of the morning commute. Winds shift from out of the south to out of the northwest, meaning there is some additional lake effect snow for the South Shore and the North Shore. Temperatures climb into the low and mid-30s.

Snow works its way through the Northland for the morning commute Monday.
Snow works its way through the Northland for the morning commute Monday.(CBS 3)
Snow totals are a tad higher along the North Shore and South Shore.
Snow totals are a tad higher along the North Shore and South Shore.(CBS 3)

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