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Monday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Mild conditions, but gusty winds

After another bitterly cold start, temperatures will climb into the teens and 20s with increasing clouds. However, as a weak disturbance approaches the region, winds will switch to the west and southwest and increase in intensity. As a result, wi...

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After another bitterly cold start, temperatures will climb into the teens and 20s with increasing clouds. However, as a weak disturbance approaches the region, winds will switch to the west and southwest and increase in intensity. As a result, wind chills will stay near and below zero for the majority of the day.

Scattered snow showers will develop after sunset today with as much as a dusting to an inch accumulating by tomorrow morning. The gusty winds will create some blowing snow tonight as temperatures hold steady in the teens.

Meteorologist Dan Romano

SEVEN-DAY FORECAST
Monday: Morning sun, snow showers late, high 16, low 13.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, high 22, low -6.
Wednesday: Decreasing clouds, high 6, low -11.
Thursday: Abundant sunshine, high 11, low -6.
Friday: Increasing clouds, high 15, low 0.
Saturday: Slight chance of snow, high 21, low 6.
Sunday: Partly sunny, high 23, low 9.

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