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Monday's weather for Duluth area: Slight chance of showers

October's drought was bent a bit but not broken by about a tenth of an inch of rain in Duluth. We're still nearly an inch short for t-he month. Today there will be a slight chance for a little game of catch-up for part of the region.

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

October's drought was bent a bit but not broken by about a tenth of an inch of rain in Duluth. We're still nearly an inch short for tΒ­he month. Today there will be a slight chance for a little game of catch-up for part of the region.

The passing cold front that brought the Sunday morning rain has moved east, and now a warm front is crawling toward us. That front should bring a 20 percent chance for rain to Minnesota but may avoid Wisconsin. The warm front also will bump up temperatures a bit.

Today should have Minnesota highs from 65 to 73 with the rain chance. It should be partly cloudy in Wisconsin with highs from 70 to 76. Both areas will be warmer than the normal of 55.

If today's rain chance doesn't pay off, several more will come this week with the best odds of a soaker hitting us on Wednesday.

FIVE-DAY FORECAST
Monday - partly sunny with 20 percent rain chance and high of 66 with low of 55
Tuesday - partly sunny with 20 percent shower chance and high of 69 with low of 54
Wednesday - mostly cloudy with 50% shower and storm chance with high of 63 and low of50
Thursday - mostly cloudy with 30 percent rain chance with high 51 and low 43
Friday - mostly cloudy with 30 percent rain chance with high 50 and low 38

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