Tuesday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Windy, with rain and snow likely
TODAY: A large low-pressure system to our south will continue to bring strong northeast winds throughout the day at 15-25 mph with gusts up to 35 mph. The low will bring in cold air from the north, which will turn rain to snow for parts of the Northland. This on-and-off snow and rain will last into Wednesday.
WEDNESDAY: The low will move east and bring us a 90 percent chance of rain and snow. About 2-4 inches can't be ruled out for Duluth and up the North Shore, and 2-5 inches are possible just south of Duluth and into Douglas, Bayfield, Washburn and Sawyer counties. The Range and International Falls could get 1-3 inches.
Tuesday: Cloudy, 90 percent chance of rain/snow and windy: 38 L: 30
Wednesday: Cloudy, 90 percent chance of rain/snow and breezy H: 39 L: 32
Thursday: Cloudy, 60 percent chance of rain H: 43 L: 33
Friday: Cloudy, 50 percent chance of showers H: 46 L: 34
Saturday: Mostly cloudy H:48 L: 32