Weather Updates from TV6 Meteorologists Karl Bohnak and Jennifer Perez
Low pressure and associated front bringing snow mainly to the southern and eastern U.P. as the northern counties experience Lake Effect snow from Superior. Overnight into Monday morning, LES persists in the NW wind belts as system snow tapers off further south -- due to the front tracking east of the region.
High pressure begins to build, resulting in a strong NW wind component -- gusts over 25 mph can create patchy blowing snow conditions during the Monday commute.
High pressure and variable cloudiness expected Tuesday, until the next system brings widespread snow over the U.P. Wednesday.
A milder pattern setting up the second half of the week as a ridge of high pressure builds Thursday, holding off snow chances during the time of the New Year countdown. It looks to give way to an incoming system Friday bringing in snow showers over the U.P. during the afternoon of New Year’s Day.
Monday: Variable cloudiness with a chance of snow showers over the NW wind belts; blustery with NW wind gusts over 25 mph possible
Tuesday: Partly cloudy increasing late
Wednesday: Cloudy with a chance of snow
Thursday, New Year’s Eve: Chance of snow showers in the morning, followed by partly cloudy skies
Friday, New Year’s Day: Variable cloudiness with a chance of snow showers in the afternoon
Saturday: Mostly cloudy
Sunday: Mostly cloudy
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