StormTeam Outlook: Tuesday, December 1st
More Snow Today, But Rain For Some
The National Weather Service has continued a Winter Weather Advisory for the majority of the Northland. It is effective until 6:00 Wednesday morning. But, Lake Superior is flexing its muscles and changing some of the snow over to rain.
Another band of the moderate to heavy snow is approaching from the south. This will create messy conditions for people out-and-about today, so take the necessary precautions.
We're still expecting about 3-6" of snow on top of the hill in Duluth. Neighborhoods closer to the lake, including Lakeside, Lincoln Park, and Gary-New Duluth, will likely receive a couple of inches at the most. Elsewhere, snowfall expectations remain the same, with the chance for higher accumulations in isolated locations along the North Shore and in Northwestern Wisconsin away from Lake Superior.
Snow will eventually wrap up overnight, from west to east. However, a few bands of lake effect snow may form as winds shift to out of the north tonight. Westerly winds will clear us all out by tomorrow afternoon, with sunshine likely peaking through some cloud cover before it retreats below the horizon.
Thanks for reading and enjoy the rest of your week!
WDIO Meteorologist Dan Romano