The powerful April storm that has whipped up strong winds through the day on Saturday now looks to bring dangerous winter conditions, prompting the National Weather Service to issue a winter storm warning effective from 7 pm Saturday through 7 am Monday morning.
While Easter usually brings images of blossoming flowers and spring-like weather, this Easter Weekend forecast looks more Christmas-like, with a winter storm watch issued for a storm that could bring 6+ inches of snow to parts of the region.
All eyes have been on a storm set to impact the early parts of next week with significant snowfall. The National Weather Service has placed the latest path of this storm to the south, leaving the Duluth Superior area seeing less snow than anticipated earlier this week.
A developing "Colorado Low" low pressure system is looking to target the Upper Midwest to bring an end to the relatively quiet snowstorm streak the region has enjoyed since the beginning of the season.
Major winter storm still on track to impact all of the Northland on Christmas Day and into Monday. This storm has prompted the National Weather Service to issue a Winter Storm Warning in effect from noon Sunday to noon Monday.
If you have plans of traveling on Christmas Day in Northern Minnesota or Northern Wisconsin, forecasts are continuing to point to a messy winter storm that will make travel difficult, or even dangerous.