Saturday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Cloudy and chance of scattered showers
TODAY: Our next low-pressure system is approaching from the southwest. As it gets here, a warm front approaches from the south which keeps us cloudy to mostly cloudy and gives us a 30 percent chance of scattered showers and drizzle. Winds will be northeast at 5-15 mph with highs reaching 70 and mid-60s by the lake.
SUNDAY: The low-pressure system moves from South Dakota into Manitoba. The warm front will surge north along with the low and gives us a 50 percent chance of showers and storms. The best chance of heavy rain is northwest of the Twin Ports toward International Falls. We will be in the warm sector of the low and our temperatures will reflect that! Lows near 59 and highs in the upper 70s. The cold front will pass overnight for a 60 percent chance of storms into Monday morning.
MONDAY: The cold front passes through and stalls over Wisconsin. Morning lows are near 60. High pressure behind the front builds and gives us some sun. Expect partly cloudy skies by the afternoon hours with highs in the upper 70s.
TUESDAY: The stalled front to our south over Wisconsin could bring some moisture north into the Northland. Expect mostly cloudy skies and a 30 percent chance of showers and storms. Lows are near 53 and highs are near 67.
Saturday: Cloudy, 30 percent scattered showers H: 70 L: 59
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, 50 percent storms H: 78 L: 60
Monday: Partly cloudy, 20 percent AM storms H: 79 L: 53
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, 30 percent scattered storms H: 67 L: 54
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, 20 percent few storms H: 69 L: 50