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Saturday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: A weekend divided

We're looking at a roller-coaster weekend. Saturday, during the day, we'll reach a peak like many parts of the region. The Northland will be divided in half. Areas north of the Twin Ports will see more cloud cover and lower temperatures. South of...

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We're looking at a roller-coaster weekend. Saturday, during the day, we'll reach a peak like many parts of the region. The Northland will be divided in half. Areas north of the Twin Ports will see more cloud cover and lower temperatures. South of Duluth and Superior, temperatures may climb into the mid-to-upper 40s, possibly the lower 50s. Snow returns Saturday night and Sunday. A cold front will work its way south. There's a chance of seeing 1-3 inches of snow from the Iron Range to the international border.
Chief Meteorologist Justin Liles

 

7-day forecast:
Today: Clouds to hang around; High: 42, Low: 28
Sunday: Scattered snow; High: 28, Low: 24
Monday: Light snow possible; High: 23, Low: 18
Tuesday: Some sunshine; High: 19, Low: 7
Wednesday: Cool but dry; High: 23, Low: 6
Thursday: Partly cloudy; High: 26, Low: 10
Friday: Lots of sunshine; High; 30; Low: 18

 

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