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Friday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Mild weather continues

The mild weather will continue into the weekend. High pressure is the name of the game, and the atmosphere will be stable. With all of the snow melt, we have a good bit of moisture in the air, so we'll see some patchy morning fog. Highs will be n...

The mild weather will continue into the weekend. High pressure is the name of the game, and the atmosphere will be stable. With all of the snow melt, we have a good bit of moisture in the air, so we'll see some patchy morning fog. Highs will be near 34 today, with skies becoming partly cloudy by the afternoon. We will see highs in the middle to upper 30s on Saturday and Sunday. High pressure will stick around, but it will move southward. We'll see partly cloudy skies and lows near 20. Another high will move southward from Canada into the Lower 48 on Monday. Temperatures will drop a little, with highs near 29 and mostly cloudy skies. A trough in the jet stream swings southward on Tuesday and lowers temperatures to 9 for a low and near 19 for the high. Make it a great day!

Five-day forecast:

Friday: A.M. patchy fog, partly cloudy; H: 34 L: 19

Saturday: Partly cloudy; H: 38 L: 22

Sunday: Partly cloudy; H: 35 L: 20

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Monday: Mostly cloudy; H: 29 L: 9

Tuesday: Mostly sunny; H: 19 L: 9

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