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Sunday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Last slice of sun for a while

Today should be partly cloudy around the region thanks to a brief visit from a cell of high air pressure. Inland high temperatures should place between 65 and 69 in Minnesota and 65 to 73 in Wisconsin. Easterly winds from 10 to 15 mph will make i...

Today should be partly cloudy around the region thanks to a brief visit from a cell of high air pressure. Inland high temperatures should place between 65 and 69 in Minnesota and 65 to 73 in Wisconsin. Easterly winds from 10 to 15 mph will make it cooler by the lake by about 10 degrees.

Monday will usher in a stormy period that could last until Saturday. The polar jet stream will assume a meridional flow this week with a ridge of higher pressure to the east and a trough of lower pressure to the west. The trough will spawn several low-pressure systems and the jet will pull them right through the Northland, resulting in 40 to 60 percent rain/storm chances each day. The migrating lows will pull warm into our area as they spin counter-clockwise. This means high temps in the mid-70s by Wednesday.

Five-day forecast

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Today: Partly cloudy with high 65 and low 43

Monday: Mostly cloudy with 40% storm chance with high 64 and low 51

Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with 40% storm chance with high 71 and low 56

Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with 60% storm chance with high 75 and low 57

Thursday: Mostly cloudy with 60% storm chance with high 76 and low 55

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