Weekend forecast for the Northland: Dusting of snow and temps in the teens

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Friday: A weak cold front dropping south overnight has helped the winds to shift out of the northeast and will keep cloudy skies and flurries in our forecast Friday. Some localized areas near the head of Lake Superior may pick up an inch or two of snow in the morning, but most of us will be left with just a light dusting throughout the day. Although snowfall amounts will be light, this is certainly enough to create some slick roads. Temperatures will start out in the upper teens, but fall to around 14 degrees by the afternoon.

Friday night: Any flurries should begin to taper off in the evening with mostly cloudy skies expected to linger. Temperatures will drop behind the cold front to an overnight low near 3 degrees.

Saturday: We can expect a fairly quiet, but chilly Saturday under mostly cloudy skies and an afternoon high topping out near 19 degrees.

Temperatures will climb back into the low 20s on Sunday with the clouds sticking around. We could see a few snow showers in the morning, but the bulk of the activity will be focused south of Highway 210 in Minnesota and into Northwest Wisconsin.

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Temperatures will get a touch warmer today ahead of a cold front set to push through the area overnight.
Temperatures will only hit the mid-single digits this Tuesday afternoon, but a west breeze will keep us feeling very bitter all day.
All that is required is a subtle rising motion in the air or a subtle cooling of the air at cloud level.
Highs Monday will likely not rise above 0.