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Monday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Mostly sunny

Just about everybody will get up on the cold side of the bed this morning due to calm winds, clear skies and radiational cooling.Just after sunrise a fresh influx of sunlight will boost temperatures nicely. We should have plenty of sun today due ...

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

Just about everybody will get up on the cold side of the bed this morning due to calm winds, clear skies and radiational cooling.Just after sunrise a fresh influx of sunlight will boost temperatures nicely. We should have plenty of sun today due to a cell of high air pressure pushing down cloud development. Today's forecast calls for clear to partly cloudy skies. Inland high temperatures should go from 60 to 65 degrees, with lakeside temperatures a little lower, from 55 to 60. Tuesday's forecast is similar, thanks to the staying power of the high. Wednesday will see a different pressure system. Lower air pressure should bring back rain chances, and that system's initial southwesterly wind will send temperatures back to the 70s. After two days of that, September's cooling nature will flex its muscles, and we'll dip to the 50s.

Five-day forecast

Today: Mostly sunny with high 62 and low 56

Tuesday: Mostly sunny with high 68 and low 59

Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with 30% shower and storm chance with high 71 and low 50

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Thursday: Mostly cloudy with 60% shower and storm chance with high 70 and low 43

Friday: Partly sunny with 30% shower chance with high 59 and low 44

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