Weather Forecast


Sunday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Rain-snow mix

Dave Anderson is a meteorologist for the Northland's NewsCenter.

SUNDAY: High pressure will remain in place, bringing more sunshine to the region during most of the day. Highs will go from 45-50. The wind will be south at 5-15 mph. Clouds will increase in the evening to bring a chance of a rain-snow mix.

MONDAY: A low-pressure system will push into Nebraska, which will put us in the warm sector of the storm. This means the precipitation will start as rain and end as snow. Chance of precipitation is 75 percent. The snow should last into Tuesday. Morning lows will be around 26 and highs near 35. Snow totals look to be 8-12 inches for the Range and 6-8 inches for the rest of the region.

TUESDAY: The low will move over Lake Superior, putting the Northland in the cold sector of the storm, which means light snow could linger until the afternoon. The low will be 10 and the high will be near 27.

Five-day forecast

Sunday: Partly sunny with a passing shower. High: 43. Low: 30.

Monday: Snow-rain mix, heavy at times. High: 34. Low: 14.

Tuesday: Breezy with a chance for flurries in the morning. High: 30. Low: 16.

Wednesday: Mostly cloudy and cold with a chance of flurries. High: 29. Low: 21.

Thursday: Periods of clouds and sun. High: 32. Low: 21.