Rain, snow, and freezing rain will all be possible Wednesday into Wednesday night. The National Weather Service out of Duluth has issued a winter storm watch for portions of Minnesota and Wisconsin. The current forecast is for four to six inches of snow across northern Minnesota and a band of heavier snow possible in some areas. Northern Wisconsin will likely see more freezing rain and ice.
Rain will develop south to north on Wednesday and may be a wintry mix over parts of northern Minnesota. As temperatures drop late in the day into the evening, the rain will switch to snow in northern Minnesota and to freezing rain and snow in far northern Wisconsin. The most significant accumulation will occur Wednesday night. The precipitation will diminish late Wednesday night into Thursday morning.
Roads may become slippery and covered in snow and/or ice. Minor flooding is possible in some areas.