A quiet night in the region, with a mostly cloudy sky and light winds. Temperatures will bottom out in the teens. As we move into your Wednesday, more snow is in the forecast.
It's traditionally the busiest travel day of the year, and though we are talking more snow, locally the impacts should be minimal. Low pressure will track from the Dakotas into Southern Minnesota tomorrow, with a band of snow primarily staying to our west. This system should be in a weakening mode as it approaches, but looks to hold together enough to produce some light snow in the afternoon. The snow will continue into a portion of the evening before it ends. Accumulations will be light, with an inch or less expected. If your travels take you to the east coast, there's a good chance you will be impacted by a large storm that will bring rain to the coast and inland snows from the Mid-Atlantic northward through New England, so check with your air carrier for possible delays/cancellations.
Thanksgiving Day will be quiet .. with the return of sunshine, but it will be quite cold, with highs only in the teens. We will be brushed with a fresh batch of arctic air to the north, but it won't stick around long, as a warm front quickly approaches from the west. This system will give us another chance at some snow, going into the overnight and Friday morning. A few inches of accumulation may occur, with drier conditions during the afternoon. Currently the highest impacts look to be north of Eau Claire, where some places could see a bit more. The remainder of the holiday weekend looks dry, but clouds will stick around quite a bit. Temperatures will be up and down, climbing back above freezing on Saturday, but turning colder again on Sunday.
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