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Monday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: A warm start to the week

It will be unseasonably warm across the Northland this afternoon with highs in the low to mid-70s. in addition, a weak frontal boundary in the Dakota will approach the region later this afternoon. This will create a few isolated showers, otherwis...

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It will be unseasonably warm across the Northland this afternoon with highs in the low to mid-70s. in addition, a weak frontal boundary in the Dakota will approach the region later this afternoon. This will create a few isolated showers, otherwise we'll see plenty of early sunshine with a mix of afternoon clouds. Winds will also become rather blustery in the afternoon, gusting up to 30 miles per hour. The threat for rain will diminish later tonight as lows fall into the 50s. Then sunshine returns to the Northland tomorrow.

- Meteorologist Dan Romano

Seven-day forecast

Monday: Partly cloudy, with high of 75 and low of 51

Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, with high of 68 and low of 50

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Wednesday: Thunderstorms likely, with high of 63 and low of 52

Thursday: Periods of rain, with high of 61 and low of 50

Friday: Scattered showers, with high of 64 and low of 51

Saturday: Clearing skies, with high of 67 and low of 49

Sunday: Mostly sunny, with high of 72 and low of 52

 

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