Expect 1-3 inches of snow in Duluth and Superior, ending early Monday morning. Amounts below can still shift and change before the snow starts!
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for most of Iowa until 6:00 p.m. because of blowing snow. Further to the south where areas of rain and freezing rain could mix in after midnight, totals will be much lower with less than 2 inches likely.
Wind gusts also could reach as high as 40 miles per hour Friday, "producing blowing and drifting snow", the weather service said.
If you must travel, especially long distances and out of town, it will be essential to have a winter weather survival kit in your vehicle.
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Accumulating snow moves back into the weather picture tonight as our next storm system takes aim on the upper Midwest.
The Student Transportation Services of Thunder Bay issued a statement that buses will be cancelled for the day if wind chill is - 40C or below at 6 a.m. Winds from the west at 20 km/h and gusting to 40.
At least a couple of January records will be in jeopardy this week.
The showers will occur ahead of a powerful cold front that will bring a return to cold conditions Monday. Temperatures will be cold though, in the low 20s for the high. Reminder: Even though the snow is expected to come to an end early Monday morning, we'll continue to experience gusty winds, creating blowing and drifting snow and compromised visibility on area roadways.