Rain chances continue throughout the day Monday and move east overnight. All said and done, rain totals range from around a half-inch near Grand Rapids and the Iron Range to nearly an inch for the North Shore and Northwest Wisconsin. East Sawyer County to Gogebic County should see the highest accumulations near 1.5 inches. Temperatures drop with the front so that we'll have morning temps in the 50s and afternoon temps in the 40s.

Highs stay in the 30s Tuesday. Then we turn our attention to snow chances moving in from the south late Tuesday afternoon and tapering off overnight. At least an inch is possible for much of the Northland with 2-4 inches for parts of the Arrowhead and into Douglas and northern Bayfield County. These numbers are subject to change as there is still disagreement in the track of the system. Things quiet down Wednesday but remain much cooler than the 60s we were treated to last week.

Monday: Steady rain. Morning temperatures in the 50s, then temperature fall in the afternoon. W wind 10-15 mph. Monday night: Rain before midnight, then mostly cloudy and breezy. Low 27. NW wind 10-15 mph.

Tuesday: Mostly cloudy and cooler, a chance for snow in the evening. High 35. NW wind 5-15 mph.

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Wednesday: Mostly sunny. High 39. SW wind 5-15 mph.