Snow is forecast to continue falling along the North Shore Thursday while northern Wisconsin can expect a mix of snow and freezing drizzle.

The National Weather Service in Duluth has issued a winter weather advisory until 4 p.m. Thursday for Cook and Lake counties, as well as a small portion of St. Louis County along the shore north of Duluth. In addition, all of Northwestern Wisconsin is under a winter weather advisory.

In Grand Marais, two inches is expected to fall Thursday, with one inch forecast for Silver Bay and Ely. Less than an inch of snow is expected in the Twin Ports. Snow should end late Thursday afternoon.

Ice accumulation is likely Thursday afternoon in southern Douglas and Bayfield counties as well as Ashland, Iron, Burnett, Washburn, Sawyer and Price counties. Area of northern Minnesota could also see freezing drizzle.

With highs near 30 degrees in some spots, parts of northern Minnesota also could see freezing drizzle on Thursday, the weather service reported.

Once the low pressure system responsible for the snow moves out of the region, expect highs in the teens Friday and Saturday, with a chance of snow in Duluth on Sunday and a high in the low 20s.