Areas of fog possible late tonight; Mild temps continue Saturday followed by colder temps and some snow showers early next week; Warmer weather could return 2nd week of November

Areas of fog may redevelop over parts of the Northland late this evening lingering into Saturday morning, with any fog and low clouds expected to burn off by Noon Saturday.

18z HRRR model visibility forecast shows the potential for reduced visibilities to <1 mile from fog (darker colored areas) over parts of southern, east-central, and northeast Minnesota, into parts of northwest Wisconsin late tonight into Saturday morning.

Sure was nice to finally see the sun again today after a few days of overcast skies across northeast Minnesota.

Low clouds and dense fog which developed late last night over northwest Minnesota (yellow outlined area) continued to erode this afternoon, while widespread clouds covered the Midwest and Great Lakes this afternoon.

Goes-16 visible satellite loop from Friday, October 29, 2021.

Temperatures have warmed into the upper 40s to middle 50s across the Northland this afternoon.

Note: Normal highs in our area on October 29 are in the mid to upper 40s.


Accumulating snow remains possible during the early to middle part of next week in far northern Minnesota, and also along the South Shore of Lake Superior in northern Wisconsin into upper Michigan.

A cold air mass and northwest winds will cause lake effect snow showers to develop early next week downwind of Lake Superior, and also downwind off some of the larger inland lakes across northern Minnesota.

Scattered snow showers and flurries are also possible over the remainder of the Northland early next week, but little if any snow accumulation is expected, this would include for Duluth and Superior.

European model snowfall forecast shown below.

One more mild day ahead on Saturday with highs in the 50s in northeast Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin, but this will be followed by several days of cooler weather, with highs in the mid 30s to around 40 from next Monday through Thursday.

High temperature forecast valid October 30, 2021 through November 4, 2021.


Seeing signs of a warmer weather pattern developing once again after next week with above normal temperatures possible across the Northland during the 2nd week of November, perhaps will get a few more 50 degree days after next week? Time will tell.


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