The need to bundle up has returned. We head out the door Tuesday with temperatures ranging from the teens to low 30s and we head home with highs in the upper 20s to mid 30s. The focus remains on snow chances moving in from the south Tuesday afternoon and tapering off overnight. It begins as a wintry mix in Northwest Wisconsin and becomes wet and heavy snow extending to east central Minnesota in the evening. The Twin Ports should stay dry until around 6 pm then the period of heaviest snowfall continues until around midnight. Snow moves north overnight allowing for a quiet start to Veterans Day, but be cautious of icy roads as morning temperatures begin below freezing.
When it's alll said and done, the best chance for at least 3 inches of snow extends from the I-35 corridor across Northwest Wisconsin with around 6 inches possible for Washburn, Sawyer, Bayfield, Ashland, Iron, and Gogebic counties. Accumulation for the Twin Ports area and across the Arrowhead will be dependent on whether the track shifts either to the west or east because there will likely be a big difference in accumulation within a small distance.
Tuesday: Increasing clouds and chilly. Snow arriving in the evening. W wind becoming NE 5-15 mph. Tuesday night: Snow moving north after midnight, mostly cloudy and breezy. Low 24. NE wind becoming W 10-15 mph.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy. High 39. SW wind 5-15 mph.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy with flurries. High 35. W wind 5-15 mph.