July 22, 2014

Warm weekend temps will start clearing snow

Northwest Wisconsin has been battered with a spring snowstorm with a near foot-and-a-half of snowfall in parts. Meteorologist Kevin Kraujalis with the National Weather Service in Duluth says, this afternoon, the region will receive snow and rain then beginning warming this weekend.

Saturday is forecast for highs in the lower 40s while Sunday will be “a fairly nice day with temperatures in the mid-50s.”

Rain will continue into this weekend but with the warming temperatures, it will help melt the snow.

“It looks like a lot of this snow will melt pretty fast early next week,” adds Kraujalis, referring to a forecast that calls for highs in the 60s on Monday and highs approaching 70 on Tuesday.