Rain showers and some isolated thunderstorms will continue through the morning hours, mainly over the Minnesota Arrowhead. However, we will transition to more wintry conditions this afternoon and evening as a blast of colder air moves into the region.
Our high temperatures will be this morning as temperatures will gradually fall throughout the day. Temperatures this afternoon will be in the upper 30s to lower 40s over much of the Northland, so be sure to bring that heavier jacket when heading out to work or school.
Expect widespread freezing temperatures and snow overnight tonight, with light snow accumulations tonight through Saturday afternoon. Generally, snow accumulations should range between 1 to 3 inches over much of the region, but some heavier amounts will be possible along the North Shore due to lake effect.
Off and on snow showers will be possible through the upcoming weekend, with continued chilly temperatures.