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Saturday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Cold Saturday, warmer Sunday

Bitter and dangerous cold continues across the Northland. The National Weather Service issued a wind chill advisory for all of the Northland as overnight lows may reach 30-40 degrees below zero. Frostbite can occur in a matter of minutes. Snow sh...

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Bitter and dangerous cold continues across the Northland. The National Weather Service issued a wind chill advisory for all of the Northland as overnight lows may reach 30-40 degrees below zero. Frostbite can occur in a matter of minutes. Snow showers will once again roll in with an area of low pressure on Sunday. Most areas from the Twin Ports south could see anywhere from 1-3 inches. If you are traveling to central Minnesota on Sunday, road conditions look to be on the slippery side. Warmth returns on Monday. Stay warm in the meantime.
- Chief Meteorologist Justin Liles

 

Seven-day forecast

Saturday: -20 to -40 wind chills, with high of 7 and low of -15

Sunday: 1-3 inches of snow possible, with high of 15 and low of -3

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Monday: A.M. snow, with high of 29 and low of 5

Tuesday: More snow possible, with high of 26 and low of 12

Wednesday: Some sunshine, with high of 20 and low of 15

Thursday: Warmer, with high of 25 and low of 16

Friday: Light snow possible, with high of 33 and low of 21

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