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  • Tim McGill

Big Snow To Stay North But Some Here Too

Significant snow will fall late Sunday into early Monday north of us but we won't be totally spared from snow the next several days. Let's first focus on the weekend storm and it's impact to our neighbors north of here. Keep in mind IT IS EARLY and snowfall numbers will probably change.



The total snowfall accumulation forecast through Tuesday afternoon shows a swath of heavy snow possible from central and northern Iowa through the Northwoods of Wisconsin on into the UP. A half a foot to nearly a foot of snow is possible in those areas.



Models are suggesting a foot or more possible for Marquette, Michigan. They have already seen a total of 184" of snow since last fall! Believe it or not, that is almost 10" below average for them.


Wausau, Wisconsin could pick up nearly a half a foot of snow. They have already seen 65" since last fall. They are about 8" above average.


We will have several chances of light snow as outlined in the graphic above. Could be minor accumulation especially late Sunday into early Monday as storm pulls out with perhaps a coating in spots.


This afternoon could feature a variety of precipitation with everything from plain old rain to snow, graupel and even a few thunderstorms.


Here is my 7 day forecast:


WIND ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 10 AM THIS MORNING TO 7 PM THIS EVENING Today: Partly/mostly cloudy, pm rain/snow showers/t-storms, windy High: 49

Friday: Mostly sunny, breezy Low: 32 High: 49 Saturday: Mostly cloudy, pm sct. showers Low: 38 High: 54 Sunday: Mostly cloudy, on & off showers Low: 43 High: 55 (45 Lakefront) Monday: A.M. rain/snow, partly to mostly cloudy Low: 36 High: 45 Tuesday: Partly to mostly cloudy Low: 30 High: 45

Wednesday: Partly to mostly cloudy Low: 30 High: 46

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