StormTeam Outlook: Monday, December 15th
Roads Are Getting Slippery!!!
Rain has changed over to snow across the Northland this evening as temperatures continue to fall through the 30s and into the 20s tonight. 2-4" of snow is expected by tomorrow morning with lighter accumulations west of the Iron Range. Winds will be on the increase as they gust out of the northwest after dark at 10-20 mph.
Snow showers will be tapering off tomorrow in the Twin Ports, but light snow will persist in the Arrowhead of Minnesota and along the South Shore. Highs temperatures on Tuesday will only climb into the upper teens in northcentral Minnesota and low to mid 20s across the rest of the Northland.
Lake effect snow is likely to stick around along the South Shore through Tuesday night where an addition 6" of snow is likely along the snowbelt of Ashland and Iron counties.
The clouds will stick around for the majority of the week as highs climb into the mid to upper 20s.
Thanks for reading and enjoy the rest of the weekend!
Meteorologist Dan Romano