Forecast Updated 2:40 PM FRIDAY
A weak system is approaching the region and will dump a little bit of snow across the region. There won't be any major accumulations, but a few heavy bursts of snow will be possible this evening as the line moves through. That could cause a few higher accumulations. Otherwise, accumulations at best will be a half inch to an inch with lesser amounts further south tonight through tomorrow. Highs today will make a run for the low to mid 20s
The snow chances will continue tonight as low pressure passes by. The winds will swing out of the northwest. Some of the snow will come off of Lake Superior. Lows tonight will be in the upper teens.
Snow will be possible again on Saturday. It will begin to taper off through the afternoon hours. Freezing drizzle could mix in from time to time too. Highs will reach for the low to mid 20s again.
A few snow flurries and freezing drizzle will be possible Saturday night. That will taper off to all clouds late. It will get chilly too. Lows will drop to around 2º.
A look ahead, the next several days won't be as exciting once we get through Saturday. Mostly cloudy skies will be the overall theme with highs in the low to mid teens on Sunday and Monday. We'll have a slight chance of snow on Tuesday as a very weak system moves through the region. Highs will retreat into the upper single digits. Highs will be similar to Wednesday with mostly cloudy skies. We'll begin a warm up on Thursday with highs in the low 20s, then low 30s on Friday; all under mostly cloudy skies.
HAPPY FRIDAY MAKE it a GREAT Day!
Meteorologist Devin Biggs