Snowy slick Sunday ahead
DULUTH, MN. (CBS 3 Duluth) - This evening and tonight: Any remaining plans for Saturday evening and the first part of Saturday night should be good to go except a tad cold. Temperatures this evening fall back into the low and mid-20s. For tonight snow begins to work its way into the southwest to the northeast and should be widespread by the early morning hours. Snow could be moderate to heavy at times and make the roads slick. A winter storm warning is up for most regions, and a blizzard warning is up for southern Cook County. Temperatures tonight fall back into the lower 20s.
Sunday: We see snow throughout the day that will be moderate to heavy at times, especially up the North shore, where we see some lake enhancement. Winds are breezy out of the south between 15-20 MPH, which will cause visibility issues due to blowing snow. That is why a blizzard warning is up for southern cook county until Monday morning. Travel will be slick throughout the day Sunday. Temperatures are cool, only making it into the mid and upper 20s.
Monday: snow begins to wrap up for Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin in the early morning hours. Winds start to shift from out of the south to out of the north, which fires up more lake effect snow for places along the south shore especially points east of Ashland. All said and done, most are looking at a few inches of new snow. Along both the North and South Shore, some may see over a foot of snow. Temperatures are much cooler, with some only in the single digits others in the low teens.
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