Monday's weather for Duluth and the Northland
MONDAY: With a strong trough digging south over the Great Lakes states, we have a cold upper-level low-pressure system. This will cause our temps to flirt with the all-time record-low high of 54 in 1950. Expect cloudy skies and a 70 percent chance of drizzle and showers.
TUESDAY: The trough will push east and we'll see the clouds break up. Expect partly cloudy skies.
WEDNESDAY: High pressure will set in and we'll see plenty of sun.
THURSDAY: Sunny skies will stick in place.
FRIDAY: Sun will hold in place for most of the day, but we could see a 20 percent chance of a quick shower Friday night.
FIVE-DAY FORECAST MONDAY: Showers likely, high 59, low 50.
TUESDAY: Partly cloudy, high 70, low 45.
WEDNESDAY: Sunny, high 76, low 48.
THURSDAY: Sunny, high 77, low 53.
FRIDAY: Partly cloudy, high 78, low 57.