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Monday, March 30, 2015

Snowfall forecasts will end tomorrow, March 31st. – John

GENERAL PICTURE:

A few wet snows will fall in portions of the northern Midwest early this week, otherwise little in the way of new snow looks to fall.

1-4 DAY FORECAST:

A clipper type system will bring some light snows to the MN Arrowhead, northern WI into central lower MI later today and/or tonight. Most totals will be in the 1-3” range with that activity.

A second and weaker clipper system will sneak quickly through the northern Midwest and bring some snow chances to the MN Arrowhead and western UP tomorrow, with most totals under an inch.

Another low looks to work through by later Wed into Thur and Friday. Last week, this system was forecasted to hold the potential for some meaningful snows across the northern Midwest, but the low looks to track much further north now and thus will bring rains to all of the Midwest.

Temps will near average today and then warm to above average through Thursday.

5-10 DAY FORECAST:

Things look to quiet down on Friday, with a few snow showers across the Northwoods bringing less than an inch on Saturday.

A spring time low looks to bring rains to most of the region by early next week, with a chance for some snow in the extreme north.

Temps in this time frame look to run near average overall, with most of the Northwoods remaining a few degrees above freezing for daytime highs.

-John

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