StormTeam Outlook: Monday, December 22nd
A Bit of a Messy Holiday Week!!!
A scattered mixture of rain and snow showers this morning will change to all snow by this afternoon as temperatures hover above the freezing mark. This could create some slick spots across the Northland, especially on some of the side streets and back roads.
As the linger low pressure system slowly slides to the south and east of the region, winds will increase and change to out of the east. This will likely create some heavier accumulations along the North Shore while the rest of the Northland receives 2-4" of snow through Tuesday.
Snow showers will linger around the Northland into Christmas Eve with heavier lake affect snow impacting the snowbelt of Ashland and Iron counties. But snow will move out of the Northland just in time for Christmas Day.
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 beginning of the holiday workweek!
Meteorologist Dan Romano