Weather Forecast


Wednesday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Showers and storms possible later

Adam Clark

Wednesday: A low-pressure system in South Dakota and a cold front moving south from Manitoba will bring a chance of showers and storms to places north and west of Bigfork. The Range and northern Aitkin County will see a 40 percent chance of afternoon showers and the Twin Ports will have a 20 percent chance in the late afternoon and evening. This chance goes up to 80 percent for the entire Northland overnight into Thursday.

Thursday: The low-pressure system will push into Minnesota from the south and bring the moisture with it. Morning lows will be around 50 and highs will be in the mid-60s. There's a 60 percent chance of showers and storms.

Friday: High pressure will move east into the region, bringing mostly sunny skies. Lows will be around 43 and highs near 71.

Saturday: Expect mostly cloudy skies with a 40 percent chance of showers and storms. Another wave in the jet stream and attached low-pressure system will move in, giving us a chance of precipitation. Morning lows will be around 46 and highs around 68.

Five-day forecast

Wednesday: Partly Cloudy, 20% Late PM Showers/Storms H:71 L: 50

Thursday: Mostly Cloudy, 60% Showers/Storms H: 64 L: 43

Friday: Mostly Sunny H: 71 L: 46

Saturday: Mostly Cloudy, 40% Showers/Storms H: 68 L: 50

Sunday: Mostly Cloudy, 60% Showers/Storms H:67 L: 50