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Sunday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Cool and breezy with showers

The same storm system that brought severe weather to parts of the Northland yesterday is sticking around for a couple of days longer. Fortunately, the threat for severe thunderstorms will be almost nonexistent this afternoon. However, cloudy skie...

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The same storm system that brought severe weather to parts of the Northland yesterday is sticking around for a couple of days longer. Fortunately, the threat for severe thunderstorms will be almost nonexistent this afternoon. However, cloudy skies and scattered showers will persist as an area of low pressure crawls across parts of Ontario. In addition, gusty west and northwest winds will usher cooler air into the region, holding temperatures in the 50s and 60s.
Clouds and cooler air will stick around tomorrow, and then the sun will return by Tuesday afternoon.

SEVEN-DAY FORECAST
Sunday: Showers and gusty winds, high 64, low 52.
Monday: AM showers, high 63, low 51.
Tuesday: AM clouds, PM sun, high 70, low 49.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, high 74, low 51.
Thursday: Increasing clouds, high 78, low 50.
Friday: Chance of storms, high 76, low 59.
Saturday: Chance of storms, high 74, low 57.

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