Weather Forecast


Wednesday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Sunny and warmer

Northland's NewsCenter meteorologist Adam Clark.

TODAY: A high-pressure system is situated in southern Ontario to our northeast, bringing mostly sunny skies in the morning and southeast winds 5-10 mph. Highs get up to 16, but clouds will increase as our next low approaches from the west.

THURSDAY: Morning lows will be near 5, with more clouds keeping us insulated. As the low nears we will have strong southerly flow that brings a high of 25. The best chance of snow will be in the afternoon and mainly north of the Twin Ports (snow chance is 40 percent). As of now, 1-3 inches can't be ruled out.

FRIDAY: Snow showers will continue into early Friday morning. Lows will be near 16 and highs will be about 26, with mostly cloudy skies. Drier air will filter in from the north and start clearing our skies into the afternoon. It also will cool us back down.

SATURDAY: Morning lows will dip to minus 6 with the northerly flow and highs will reach 22 into the afternoon. Expect mostly sunny skies. Sunday and beyond looks warmer!

Today: Increasing PM Clouds H: 16 L: 5

Thursday: Mostly Cloudy, 40% PM Snow Showers H: 25 L: 16

Friday: Mostly Cloudy, 40% AM Flurries H: 26 L: -6

Saturday: Mostly Sunny H: 22 L: 5

Sunday: Partly Cloudy H: 29 L: 15