Yet more snow to close out the weekend
DULUTH, MN. (CBS 3 Duluth) -
Friday: A few additional snow flurries cannot be ruled out through the course of the first part of our Friday with new accumulation under a 1″. The clouds stick around with cooler temperatures throughout the rest of the day, with most only making it into the upper 20s and lower 30s. Winds are out of the southwest at ties gusting up to 30 MPH, making it fill cooler as well.
Saturday: We start our Saturday cloudy, but it looks like there will be some sunshine through the afternoon and evening hours across much of the Northland. Temperatures climb into the low and mid-30s for afternoon highs. A little lake effect snow will be possible along the South Shore east of Ashland with winds out of the NNW at 5-15 MPH. A couple of inches of snow accumulation will be possible.
Sunday: The bulk of our Sunday is spent dry with partly to mostly cloudy skies overhead and temperatures in the 30s. Our next system arrives through the evening hours, bringing with it some snow that will last through the first part of our day on Monday. Most across the Northland are looking to pick up another 2-4″, with the far southwest portion of the region picking up a little less.
Coming Up: There are signs of a warm-up next week! Meteorologist Peter Kvietkauskas will have the details coming up on CBS 3 This Morning. Join us!
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