Light snow ends this evening, icy roads and colder temperatures midweek

Here’s your Tuesday evening forecast for March 26, 2024 from Minnesota’s Weather Authority and Meteorologist Wren Clair.

Light scattered snow continues throughout the evening commute, with reduced visibility, slushy roads and some icy spots overnight. The light scattered snow tapers southwest to northeast as this messy storm system continues to track northward into Canada. Scattered snow stays in the forecast overnight into tomorrow mainly across northeastern Minnesota, towards Duluth and the North Shore.

Temperatures are colder tonight, with blustery winds overnight and throughout the day tomorrow. It will feel more like -5° to 5° tomorrow morning across Minnesota and western Wisconsin. Any wet roadways, or standing water from the rain and slush we’ve seen with this storm system, could be icy tomorrow. Please allow for some extra time for your commutes tomorrow, and watch out for icy on overpasses, bridges etc.

Northern Minnesota and northwestern Wisconsin, stay cloudy tomorrow with scattered light snow showers off an on. For central Minnesota, expect mostly to partly cloudy skies and a few flurries. Cloud cover will generally be thicker north of I-94 tomorrow. Highs are in the mid to upper-20 Wednesday, but with the breezy westerly winds, it will feel like 5° to 15° throughout the day. There is one more cold morning on Thursday before temperatures start to warm up for Easter weekend. Highs in the low to mid 40s are likely from Friday into next week.

We do have the chance for another wintry mix of rain and snow Easter Sunday into the start of next week.

Have a wonderful night!