StormTeam Outlook: Saturday, December 20th
Could Be a Messy Holiday Week!!!
Spotty flurries and freezing drizzle will continue to fall across the Northland through the rest of the weekend as temperatures hover at and below the freezing mark.
An Alberta Clipper approaching the region from the west will draw up some mild air for the beginning of the week. As a result, snow could mix with or change to rain, sleet, and freezing rain on Monday morning before changing back to snow Monday afternoon. The heaviest accumulations will occur along the North Shore where totals could top out above 6".
As the Clipper treks through the Northland, it will slow down, and another low pressure will form along a trough north of the Gulf Coast. This secondary low will intensify as it moves north bringing with it the threat of heavy snow, especially to the east of the Twin Ports.
Another low pressure forming out of Colorado could bring another shot of heavy snow to the Northland for the day after Christmas.
Thanks for reading and enjoy the rest of the weekend!
Meteorologist Dan Romano