Your forecast for today: We will be starting off this week with a light mix of rain and snow showers passing through the region, with some steady snowfall likely along the Canadian border. The roads will stay wet for most areas with temperatures just above freezing, but road surfaces are below freezing and you will want to watch out for a few icy spots this morning. Temperatures will climb to an afternoon high near 39 degrees with continued isolated rain and snow showers.
Tonight: After a few flurries possible early this evening, skies will remain mostly cloudy with an overnight low near 26 degrees.
Tomorrow: We will begin to focus our attention on a significant system marching its way towards the Upper Midwest on Tuesday. Right now it looks like most of Tuesday should stay dry under mostly cloudy skies with a high near 34 degrees. Increasing chances of accumulating snow arrives late Tuesday evening and overnight. A Winter Storm Watch has been posted for much of the region from Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.
Travel will likely be tricky across much of the Northland on Wednesday morning, especially from the Twin Ports heading south and into northwest Wisconsin due to the potential for heavy snowfall. We should get a break between storms on Thanksgiving day before another strong storm is likely to impact travel by the weekend.