Frigid Temperatures Behind Snow Storm

Frigid Temperatures Behind Snow Storm Photo: WDIO Storm Team

WDIO Storm Team
Updated: December 25, 2020 06:09 AM
Created: December 23, 2020 10:10 AM

Christmas Day is off to another frigid start with parts of the Northland well below zero. Fortunately, winds are much calmer this morning, and warmer air moving in will help us climb above zero through the morning with highs in the teens. We look to the South Shore east of Bayfield Peninsula overnight for more lake effect potential for a localized inch or two. Saturday will be quiet and seasonable with many of us returning to low 20s.

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Sunday comes with a chance for light snow accumulation. Snow chances arrive from the west in the late morning and move east in the afternoon and evening. The Twin Ports will be on the northern edge of the best chance to pick up around an inch with less than an inch for the Arrowhead. Cold air moves in behind this system with lake effect chances lingering for the South Shore Sunday night and into Monday. Tuesday is when we turn our sights to a system that may bring impacts through Wednesday with widespread accumulation.

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