Oh, April in Duluth - spring in the Northland, how you tease us.
Rain moving into the region tonight will change over to a mix or all-snow overnight, with most spots picking up 1-3 inches of accumulation through Monday night.
The National Weather Service in Duluth issued a winter weather advisory through 7 p.m. Monday for all of Carlton, Cook and Lake counties and for southernmost St. Louis County, including Duluth.
The highest snow totals are expected in the higher elevations along Lake Superior from Duluth to the Canadian border, while totals will remain lower near the lake itself.
The morning commute Monday could be slippery, the Weather Service cautioned. Roads could be snow-covered and visibility limited in places.
The snow likely will turn back to rain in most places during the day on Monday, the Weather Service reported. Precipitation will end from southwest to northeast.
The Weather Service's forecast calls for chances of rain mixed with snow through Thursday, with highs in Duluth mostly in the upper 30s to about 50 by Friday.