Boundary Waters Forecast for Winter Camping
If you were brave enough to go out winter camping this weekend for the lake trout opener then you woke up to a cold morning. Negative 28 degrees this morning on the Gunflint Trail and windchills of negative 25-35 below predicted. That’s freeze your nose hair cold and I would have had a very difficult time getting out of my sleeping bag to face that.
There will be relief from the cold for a day and then it’s back to temperatures below freezing for the high during the day through the week.
Martin Luther King Day our kids have school scheduled but it looks like it could be a snow day with the forecast we have.
Issued: Sunday, Jan 16 at 03:44 am
Expires: Tuesday, Jan 18 at 12:00 am
…SIGNIFICANT ACCUMULATING SNOW THROUGH THE ARROWHEAD SUNDAY
NIGHT INTO MONDAY NIGHT…
.THE NEXT WINTER SYSTEM WILL IMPACT THE NORTHLAND BEGINNING SUNDAY
NIGHT AND LAST INTO MONDAY EVENING. THIS STORM SYSTEM WILL PRODUCE
THE HEAVIEST SNOW ACROSS THE ARROWHEAD REGION…WITH UP TO 4 TO 6
INCHES LIKELY. LOCALLY HEAVIER AMOUNTS ARE POSSIBLE IN HIGHER
ELEVATIONS ALONG THE NORTHSHORE. SNOWFALL IS EXPECTED TO SUBSIDE
BY MONDAY NIGHT.