Winter storm to wind down Friday, with sunny breaks for some
NWS alerts continue through early Friday along the Lake Superior shore -- as snow, wind gradually subside.
Moderate to heavy snow continues especially along the Lake Superior shore tonight as the lake effect transition begins from Lake Superior. Powdery, fluffy snow to continue drifting and being blown around by a persistent north to northeast wind. Friday, travel conditions gradually improve with snow diminishing to flurries towards the evening -- mainly along the Lake Superior shore as southern counties could enjoy more sunny breaks during the day.
We’ll have some light snow early Saturday morning by a passing Northern Plains system, then snow and clouds gradually clear out by Sunday.
Tonight: Moderate to heavy snow mainly north, tapering off over the south central U.P.; blowing snow; blustery
>Lows: -0s/0s (colder inland)
Friday: Mostly cloudy north and partly sunny south; lingering snow showers in the north and east diminishing to flurries by evening
>Highs: Low teens
Saturday: Light to occasionally moderate snow showers and seasonal
>Highs: Low to mid 20s
Sunday: Partly cloudy with some lake effect snow north early; seasonal
Monday: Widespread wet snow and mix south; windy
Tuesday, Feb. 28th: Mostly cloudy with light to moderate lake effect snow; windy
Wednesday, March 1st: Partly cloudy with isolated snow early then increasing clouds late with scattered snow showers
Thursday: Mostly cloudy with scattered snow
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