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Sunday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Isolated afternoon thunderstorms

As Grandma's festivities wrap up, the weather will try its best to cooperate. We'll see plenty of sunshine through the mid-afternoon hours. But a weak piece of the energy sliding just to the north of the Canadian border will give us the slightest...

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WDIO Storm Team

As Grandma's festivities wrap up, the weather will try its best to cooperate. We'll see plenty of sunshine through the mid-afternoon hours. But a weak piece of the energy sliding just to the north of the Canadian border will give us the slightest chance of an isolated thunderstorm by the end of the day. The best chance of storms will be to the north of the Twin Ports. Tomorrow will bring a larger chance of thunderstorms as a strong low-pressure system exits the Rockies. Some of the storms could be severe.

SEVEN-DAY FORECAST
Sunday: Isolated PM storms, high 75, low 55.
Monday: Severe storms possible, high 71, low 55.
Tuesday: Few passing clouds, high 78, low 56.
Wednesday: Increasing clouds, high 76, low 56.
Thursday: PM storms possible, high 74, low 53.
Friday: Partly sunny, high 73, low 55.
Saturday: Chance of thunderstorms, high 75, low 54.

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