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Monday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: A beautiful spring week ahead

After a few spotty showers in the morning, we are going to see the sun stick around for the majority of the week ahead. A weak disturbance pulling out of the Great Lakes is responsible for today's cloud cover, but high pressure waiting in the win...

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After a few spotty showers in the morning, we are going to see the sun stick around for the majority of the week ahead. A weak disturbance pulling out of the Great Lakes is responsible for today's cloud cover, but high pressure waiting in the wings will bring back the clear skies by tonight. Temperatures will climb into the 50s today with a light northeasterly breeze. This will likely keep conditions a little cooler along the shoreline of Lake Superior. However, a westerly wind will provide higher temperatures for the rest of the week, including down by Lake Superior.
- Meteorologist Dan Romano

Forecast

Monday: Few A.M. showers, P.M. sun, high 56, low 38

Tuesday: Mostly clear, high 61, low 37

Wednesday: Isolated showers, partly cloudy, high 71, low 46

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Thursday: Plenty of sun, high 69, low 45

Friday: Mix of sun and clouds, high 68, low 46

Saturday: Increassing clouds, high 70, low  49

Sunday: Isolated P.M. storms, high 69, low 48

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