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This much snow isn’t expected…yet – Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images

We’ve just received word from our partners at Northland’s News Center that there is potential for snow at the end of this week, especially north of the Twin Ports area.

According to their report, current models are projecting a low pressure system to track across the international border Thursday and Friday.  Cold air will descend on the Northland causing a chance of snow.  Current models put the majority of the snow to the north with anywhere from a dusting to a few inches possible.

We will stay in touch with their team and keep you updated on the potential for snow as the week moves along.

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