Tuesday: A large area of low pressure passing to our south today will bring our next round of accumulating snowfall with an afternoon high topping out near 22 degrees. A winter weather advisory is active for much of northeast Minnesota with 3-6 inches of snow expected in the Twin Ports and up the North Shore. A winter storm warning is active for all of northwest Wisconsin where totals of 6-8 inches are likely.  

Tuesday night: Steady snowfall should begin to taper off into snow showers and a few flurries Tuesday evening. The snow should end around midnight with mostly cloudy skies sticking around and temperatures falling to a low near 8 degrees.

Wednesday: High pressure builds into the region on Wednesday with some welcomed sunshine and seasonal temperatures topping out near 23 degrees in the afternoon. It should be a great day to clear the driveway and dig out from all the snow.  

Another round of light snow returns late Wednesday night into Thursday morning, but accumulations should be light with this system.