Forecast Text

March 21, 2019

Not much in the way of new snow and a continued slow melting in the Northwoods the next 10 days.


A bit of light snow will be possible in extreme northeast Arrowhead of MN, the UP tonight. Not much more than a coating is seen with that activity.

Otherwise no new snows are seen for the next 4 days.

Temps will be running above average, with the freeze line sitting north of the Midwest for the next 4 days. Temps across the Northwoods will be topping out in the upper 30’s to mid 40’s and then night time lows will be falling off into the 20’s. Some 50’s are possible in the Northwoods for Saturday.


The outlook for this time frame sees a fairly quiet pattern to persist across the Northwoods. A system will bring rains to the southern Midwest later in the weekend and early next week, but look to largely miss the northern Midwest.

By the very end of next week, there are some indications of a storm to bring the potential for some snows to the northern Midwest, but is a long way out to have much faith in.

Temps will continue to run above average, with daytime highs in the 40’s and maybe even some low 50’s in the Northwoods.. 

Seasonal Outlook for Winter 2018-19