StormTeam Outlook: Saturday, February 13th
Sunshine Today, A Little Snow Tomorrow
It's going to be a beautiful, yet chilly, Saturday with highs in the single digits and low teens. A little bit of a wind, especially close to Lake Superior, will keep wind chills at or below zero through the majority of the day.
Conditions look ideal for Book Across the Bay in Ashland tonight. Temperatures will be a few degrees above zero for the start of the race with light winds. An isolated lake effect snow shower is possible, but not probable.
Clouds will approach the region tonight ahead of a weak storm system that will be moving through the Heartland tomorrow afternoon. Temperatures will once again fall below zero. Fortunately, winds will be rather light allowing for wind chills to be a little more forgiving than the previous night.
Light snow will encompass much of the Northland tomorrow. Accumulations will be on the lighter side with a couple of inches expected from the Range to the Twin Ports and along the South Shore. Lighter accumulations are likely along the Arrowhead. Heavier totals of 4 to 6 inches are possible closer to the Twin Cities.
Clouds will linger for the start of the week, but temperatures will also be looking up. Temperatures will reach above average levels by Presidents' Day.
Thanks for reading and enjoy your weekend!
WDIO Meteorologist Dan Romano