Your forecast for today: Temperatures are starting off in the single digits and near zero degrees this Monday morning and will only warm to a high near 14 degrees by this afternoon. If this forecast holds, we will be breaking the record coldest high for Nov. 11, which was 17 degrees set back in 1986. Along with the frigid cold will be a few flurries and mostly cloudy skies, but the south shore of Lake Superior will be dealing with heavy lake effect snow today through tomorrow. Localized areas could see up to a foot of snow in the favored snow belt areas in Wisconsin and the Upper Penisula of Michigan. A Winter Storm Warning is in place for Iron County and Gogebic county for this heavy snowfall.
Tonight: Skies will begin to clear out this evening along with lighter winds. The exception will be the South Shore where heavy snow will continue. The rest of the region will see much colder temperatures will the clearing skies and lows dropping below zero. We should see a low right around -2 degrees in the Twin Ports.
Tomorrow: After a frigid below zero start on Tuesday, we will stay cold again throughout the day although sunshine and a southerly wind direction will try to improve temperatures slightly. We will be looking at a high near 19 degrees, so still well below average.
After the early week cold snap, temperatures will begin to rebound by the middle to end of the week.