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Sunday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: A battle between light snow and sun

A weak piece of energy will provide scattered snow showers this morning, then widespread clearing will allow for peeks of sunshine before the sun falls below the horizon. Temperatures will once again reach above average levels. Most of us in the ...

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A weak piece of energy will provide scattered snow showers this morning, then widespread clearing will allow for peeks of sunshine before the sun falls below the horizon. Temperatures will once again reach above average levels. Most of us in the Northland will see highs in the mid-20s to low 30s, but a few locations south of the Twin Ports could top the freezing mark. The workweek will start off with a mixture of clouds and sun, but a few afternoon flurries are also likely. A quick-moving area of low pressure will crate a few more snow showers on Tuesday.
- Meteorologist Dan Romano

 

Seven-day forecast

Sunday: A.M. light snow, with high of 29 and low of 11

Monday: Partly sunny, with high of 30 and low of 21

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Tuesday: Scattered snow showers, with high of 33 and low of 13

Wednesday: Mostly clear, with high of 28 and low of 16

Thursday: Mostly cloudy, with high of 28 and low of 8

Friday: Chance of light snow, with high of 24 and low of 5

Saturday: Plenty of sun and cooler, with high of 18 and low of 2

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