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Frost, snow in Northland forecast

A widespread frost is possible across much of the Northland tonight, and some northern areas may see snow in the air later this week, according to the National Weather Service.

A widespread frost is possible across much of the Northland tonight, and some northern areas may see snow in the air later this week, according to the National Weather Service.

After a windy, partly sunny day today, the forecast for tonight calls for temperatures to fall into the mid- to upper 20s across the Iron Range, and in the International Falls and Grand Rapids areas. For the Twin Ports, temperatures are forecast to fall into the upper 20s to low 30s.

Freeze warnings have been issued for the following counties, where temperatures will be lowest tonight: Koochiching, northern and central St. Louis, northern Cook, northern Lake and Itasca.

A frost advisory has been issued for the rest of the Northland, including the Twin Ports.

Looking ahead to Thursday night, the National Weather Service is forecasting a slight chance for rain or snow showers in northern areas, where temperatures may fall below freezing. Those areas include Koochiching County, northern and central St. Louis County, northern Lake County and northern Cook County.

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For updated forecasts, go to the National Weather Service Duluth office Web site at www.crh.noaa.gov/dlh .

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