Tuesday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Today to remain cold
Overnight, a shot of arctic high pressure came calling, and many towns got a few snow showers. Most of us should see at least a partly sunny sky. Iron and Gogebic counties may get flurries and the Canadian border region may stay mostly cloudy. The arctic high will keep temperatures low today. Look for a range of 15-20. The normal is 37 or so.
On Wednesday, clouds will increase and there'll be a chance for evening snow as a Colorado low threatens the Northland. My favorite charts favor snow totals between 4 and 6 inches on Thursday.
Once the snow passes, we should slowly warm to the 40s by Sunday. Although, right now, it doesn't look like that "heat wave" will last forever, either.
Tuesday: Partly sunny, high 17, low -5.
Wednesday: Increasing clouds, 40% chance of evening snow, high 29, low 20.
Thursday: Cloudy, 60% chance of snow, high 33, low 10.
Friday: Partly cloudy, high 32, low 10.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, high 36, low 23.