Weather Forecast


Thursday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Chance of morning flurries

Northland's NewsCenter meteorologist Adam Clark.

TODAY: Expect a 30 percent chance of a.m. flurries and mostly cloudy skies throughout the afternoon. A low-pressure system is just to our north in southern Ontario.

FRIDAY: The low has a cold front that will move into the region Friday. Morning lows will be around 28, and highs should be in the upper 30s. Temperatures will drop in the afternoon as the front passes, giving us a 40 percent chance of a mix of sleet/snow/rain.

SATURDAY: High pressure will build from the north, and we'll start to see an east wind. Because of this and the lake opening up a little, I'm including a

30 percent chance of lake-effect snow showers.

Five-day forecast

Thursday: Mostly cloudy, 30 percent chance of early a.m. flurries H: 39 L: 28

Friday: Mostly cloudy, 40 percent chance of wintry mix H: 39 L: 16

Saturday: Mostly cloudy, 30 percent chance of lake-effect snow H: 25 L: 5

Sunday: Mostly sunny H: 20 L: 3

Monday: Partly cloudy H: 27 L: 14