Monday: A weak system passing through the region will continue to produce light snow showers and slippery roads for the morning commute. The snow showers will only add up to about an inch in the Twin Ports before tapering off in the afternoon, but areas along the Arrowhead of Minnesota could pick up closer to 2-4 inches of snow. Temperatures will climb above freezing to a high near 36 degrees by the afternoon.
Monday night: Snow showers taper off early in the evening and will give way to partly cloudy skies and a chilly overnight low near 17.
Tuesday: An area of high pressure briefly builds into the region on Tuesday with a return of some sunshine and an afternoon high near 33.
We may see a quick-moving system bring a chance of light snow Tuesday night, but the pattern looks to get much more active towards the middle and end of the week. The track of the late week system is still uncertain, but there is the potential for some strong winds off Lake Superior and a messy mixture of rain and snow by Wednesday through Friday.