A round of wintry mix will bring the potential for slick road conditions Tuesday. Precipitation will move in from the west through the morning as snow and transition to a mix before tapering off Tuesday afternoon and evening. Snow accumulation should stay around less than an inch for most of the Northland with the best chance for 1-3 inches remaining along the high terrain of the North Shore. Freezing drizzle or rain in the mix may create light ice accumulation, allowing for slippery roads. Please allow extra time when driving. Dry conditions settle in Tuesday night from the west.

Wednesday will be mostly cloudy with highs reaching around and above freezing. We remain on the mild side on Thanksgiving Day under thick cloud cover. There's a slight chance for snow to slide south of the Canadian border Thursday night into Friday morning.

Tuesday: Snow and wintry mix. High around 33. SE wind 5-10 mph. Tuesday night: Mostly cloudy. Low 29. NW wind 2-8 mph.

Wednesday: Mostly cloudy. High 36. E wind 2-8 mph.

Thanksgiving: Mostly cloudy. High 39. SW wind 5-15 mph.