Your forecast for today: We are dealing with temperatures in the single digits and teens to start this morning. We will see mostly cloudy skies during much of the morning hours along with a few flurries. We could see some light localized accumulations on the south side of the larger inland lakes, and also along the south shore of Lake Superior. We will see a little more sunshine this afternoon, but it will remain cold with a high only near 25 degrees.

Tonight: Clear skies moving in tonight will make for another bitterly cold November night. Temperatures will plummet to a low near 8 degrees, likely making it the coldest night of the season so far.

Tomorrow: Temperatures will try to make a run for the 30-degree mark on Friday as a low-pressure system approaching will bring in warmer southerly winds. This will also increase our cloud cover throughout the day with a stray snow shower possible.

Better chances for light snow showers arrive Friday night into Saturday morning as the system moves through. Most areas will only see light accumulations anywhere from a dusting to an inch through Saturday. This may be just what deer hunters want, but it will still be chilly with a high of 34 degrees on Saturday.