Snow leaves behind much cooler temperatures
DULUTH, MN. (CBS 3 Duluth) -
Tonight: Through the rest of tonight, we are still dealing with some snows showers overhead. Snow will begin to become more scattered in nature after the 9:00 hour. Snow should start to wrap up in Minnesota in the early morning hours of the night tonight; it will linger a tad longer for Northwest Wisconsin. Winds shifting out of the northwest means some along the South Shore are still dealing with lake effect snow through the night tonight. All said and done, most should be looking at an additional 1-2″ of snow accumulation through Sunday evening. The North shore up by Cook County could see an additional 5-6″ through Sunday evening due to some lake enhancement there.
Temperatures tonight are cold! Temperatures fall back into the single digits both above and below zero. Winds shift out of the northwest between 10-15, meaning there is windchill well below zero.
Monday: Snow should wrap up for most by Monday morning. Some roads will still be slick, so be sure to travel cautiously during the morning commute.
Winds will remain out of the North and west, meaning there is still some additional lake effect snow along this south shore, generally east of Ashland close to the U.P of Michigan. Temperatures Monday are much cooler, only in the single digits above and below zero. With the wind gusting between 15-25 MPH, wind chills will remain well below zero.
Tuesday: Lake effect snow wraps up along the south shore as mostly cloudy skies prevail. Temperatures are in the low and mid-teens. Winds out the southwest between 5 and10 MPH, we are still dealing with windchills in the single digits both above and below zero.
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