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Monday weather for Duluth and the Northland: More sun to shine today

You can tell if a weather person has been around a while if they still throw the term "carbon copy" into the forecast. How many people younger than 40 even know what carbon paper was? Today, though, will be the proverbial carbon copy of Sunday. T...

Dave Anderson
Dave Anderson is a meteorologist for Northland's NewsCenter, the News Tribune's news partner. (Photo courtesy of Northland's NewsCenter)

You can tell if a weather person has been around a while if they still throw the term "carbon copy" into the forecast. How many people younger than 40 even know what carbon paper was? Today, though, will be the proverbial carbon copy of Sunday. That means we'll get a mostly sunny to partly cloudy sky with temperatures above the normal of 60. Today's range in Minnesota will be 67-73. In Wisconsin, it'll go 70-76. The warm-up is from a southerly wind that'll be with us from 10-15 mph. The sunshine is from a persistent high-pressure system. Sunshine and warmth will be with us until Wednesday. Then, a low-pressure system arrives. After that, it will get cooler and rainier for several days.

Five-day forecast

Today: Partly cloudy H: 72 L: 52

Tuesday: Partly cloudy H: 72 L: 45

Wednesday: Partly sunny H: 68 L: 43

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Thursday: Mostly cloudy with 50 percent chance of rain H: 59 L: 46

Friday: Mostly cloudy with 40 percent chance of rain H: 54 L: 41

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