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Saturday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Becoming cold again

Today, high pressure will build in from the northwest. Cloud cover will decrease as the day progresses and a few flurries cannot be ruled out. Along the South Shore of Lake Superior there is a threat of lake-effect snow. Highs range from near zer...

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WDIO meteorologists

Today, high pressure will build in from the northwest. Cloud cover will decrease as the day progresses and a few flurries cannot be ruled out. Along the South Shore of Lake Superior there is a threat of lake-effect snow. Highs range from near zero to the upper teens.
Skies will continue to clear through the rest of the weekend, and it will be downright cold along with dangerous wind chills. Lows on Saturday night range from the teens below zero to -30 with wind chill values between -30 and -45. High temperatures on Sunday will struggle to reach zero throughout the Northland.
- Chief Meteorologist Justin Liles

Seven-day forecast:
Today: Morning flurries possible H: 13 L: 4
Sunday: Sunny and cold H: 1 L: -15
Monday: Increasing clouds H: 14 L: -14
Tuesday: Chance of snow H: 20 L: 9
Wednesday: Some sun H: 10 L: 0
Thursday: Sunny H: 11 L: -8
Friday: Mostly sunny H: 18 L: -6

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