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Friday, April 01, 2016

THIS WILL BE THE FINAL SNOWFALL FORECASTS FOR THIS SEASON.
WARM SEASON FORECASTS WILL BEGIN IN EARLY MAY

Recent Snowfall:
Some light snows worked into MN overnight, bringing generally less than an inch of new snow.

GENERAL PICTURE:

  Some light snows will fall in the northern sections of the Northwoods today into the weekend

  Potential for some more snows in the Northwoods next week.

1-4 DAY FORECAST:

The leading edge of what will be several clipper systems has brought some light snow to MN overnight and will work through much of the northern Midwest today, bringing generally less than an inch in most cases, with a few locales in the UP and N. WI to see as much as 1-3 fall.

Two more clipper systems will combine with a late season surge of arctic air to set the stage for some system and LES in the UP and NWL MI through the weekend. It does not look like big time accumulations will occur with this activity, but a general 1-4 is likely every 24 hours. See maps for more.

Temps will be running in the 30s in most of the Northwoods today, with upper 20s to mid 30s for highs over the weekend.

5-10 DAY FORECAST:

Things look to be fairly quiet for early next week, with the potential for some snow and/or rain in the Northwoods the middle of next week.

Most high temps in the Northwoods will fall into the 20s and low 30s for highs over the weekend and then into the mid to upper 30s for highs the first half of next week.

-John

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