Friday's snow continues to linger into Saturday. Check out some of the snowfall reports so far. All warnings have expired and the snow will continue to diminish as the day progresses.
Saturday will see mainly lake effect snow showers but a few flurries inland, as well, as the system moves away. Areas near Lake Superior could pick up another inch or two with smaller amounts inland. Highs will be in the low to mid 30s.
Saturday night will see an end to the snowfall as conditions clear under an incoming high pressure system. Skies will become partly cloudy. Lows will be mainly in the 20s or 10s near Wisconsin.
For Sunday, look for a warm up as winds pick up out of the south. Highs will be in the mid to upper 30s and skies will be mostly sunny early, but the afternoon is a different story. Another low pressure system will roll in with plenty of rain and snow from the west. With temps in the mid 30s, a wintry mix is likely, but it may be a bit more on the rainy side. Either way, snow accumulations will be minimal and driving conditions will be slippery.
Sunday night's lows will only be in the 30s, and many spots will remain above freezing, so a wintry mix is likely to continue.
Monday will see more rain than snow as highs get into the 40s. Conditions should dry up for Monday night.
In the extended forecast, more seasonable temps in the 40s are likely with a chance for some more rain midweek.
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P.S. There is a chance to see the northern lights Saturday night, but conditions may be on the cloudy side. Might still be worth a glance upward!