StormTeam Outlook: Saturday, February 22nd
One More Night of Bitter Cold...
As an Arctic high pressure camps itself over the Northland tonight, clear skies and light winds will once again allow the thermometer to bottom out in the teens and 20s below zero. As a result the National Weather Service has issued a Wind Chill Warning for northeast Minnesota away from Lake Superior and a Wind Chill Advisory for the rest of the viewing area.
However, as a weak disturbance approaches the Northland, winds will shift out of the southwest allowing relatively milder air to move back into the region. Highs tomorrow will climb into the teens and 20s above zero with increasing clouds and a blustery wind. We'll also see some scattered snow showers developing around sunset, but most areas will see a dusting to an inch at the most.
Thanks for reading and enjoy the rest of the weekend!
Meteorologist Dan Romano