Tuesday's forecast for the Northland: Sunny start, clouds overnight

Sunny start becoming mostly cloudy by evening.

WDIO Storm Team
WDIO Storm Team

Tuesday: It's a chillier start with temperatures in the teens. This may lead to isolated icy spots as snowmelt freezes. An area of high pressure will provide sunny skies through the better half of our Tuesday with temperatures climbing comfortably into the mid-30s. Clouds gradually increase heading into the evening hours as a piece of energy approaches. This may stir up a few flurries late in the evening, mainly south of the Twin Ports.

Wednesday: South winds will bring us back into the low 40s Wednesday. Another system passing north of the border will present the chance for light snow for the northern edge of Minnesota Wednesday evening and overnight. This transitions to wintry mix chances Thursday as the system passes over the region.

Looking ahead: Friday through the weekend will be cooler than we've seen the last several weekends. A round of wintry mix is possible Sunday night through Monday.

Thursday: Mostly cloudy with a chance for rain and snow showers. High 41. W wind 5-15 mph.

Friday: Partly cloudy and breezy. High 30.


Saturday : Partly cloudy. High 32.

Sunday: Mostly cloudy with a slight chance for snow arriving late. High 33.

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This explanation will involve a little modern physics.
A south wind overnight will help us start to warm up quicker with highs this afternoon peaking in the lower to mid-20s.
Wind chills will stay at least 30 degrees below zero to even some 40-below temps across the Northland on a very bitterly cold Friday.
There is a wind chill warning through noon Friday for all of Northeastern Minnesota.