Wednesday: Cloudy skies this morning will lead to steady snowfall by late morning and continuing into the afternoon as our next round of snow makes its way across the region. The snow showers will taper off by late afternoon with total amounts of 2-4 inches expected and a high temperature near 16 degrees. A winter weather advisory remains in place until 3 p.m. for the expected snowfall and hazardous road conditions.
Wednesday night: Clouds will begin to break up this evening with skies becoming partly cloudy overnight. Temperatures will begin to plummet with an overnight low near -12 degrees. Northwest winds gusting up to 30 mph will create very cold wind chills of -20 to -30 degrees.
Thursday: The coldest day of the week will be Thursday as arctic air makes its way in between snow systems. This will bring plenty of sunshine, but temperatures will struggle to reach zero with brutal wind chills around -25 to -35 degrees.
The active pattern continues to end the week as another, potentially more significant, storm has its sights set on the Northland Friday into Saturday. This system is still a way out, but there is the potential for 6 or more inches of snow with this system.