Wednesday: We will be starting off with some frigid temperatures in the single digits and teens below zero in the morning. Breezy winds will knock the wind chills down to around -25 to -35 degrees with a wind chill advisory in place until 10 a.m. We will start with sunshine but clouds will increase by the afternoon with a chance of snow flurries by late afternoon and evening. Temperatures remain on the cold side with an afternoon high of only 10 degrees.
Wednesday night: Winds will begin to shift out of the south this evening. The southerly winds along with overcast skies and a few snow showers will keep temperatures fairly steady with a low near 8 degrees.
Thursday: A low-pressure system pushing through the region will bring scattered snow showers to the Northland Thursday. The trade off to the snow will be much milder temperatures with a high near 26 degrees. Accumulations should be light around 1 inch for most areas, but the high terrain of the North Shore will likely see higher amounts of 4-7 inches before things wrap up Thursday evening.
Another round of drier, but colder weather arrives to end the week with low temperatures dropping below zero again on Saturday morning.