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Sunday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Mostly cloudy and mild

Today, our weather will be affected by a "dirty high." It's nothing obscene; that's what my friends at the National Weather Service call a high-pressure system that's not powerful enough to squash all cloud development.

Dave Anderson
Dave Anderson is a meteorologist for Northland's NewsCenter, the News Tribune's news partner. (Photo courtesy of Northland's NewsCenter)

Today, our weather will be affected by a "dirty high." It's nothing obscene; that's what my friends at the National Weather Service call a high-pressure system that's not powerful enough to squash all cloud development.

So, we're looking at a mostly cloudy sky today with precipitation chances going away in the afternoon. In the morning, though, we may get some freezing fog regionwide. The South Shore could see a bit more lake-effect snow.

On Monday and Tuesday, a large snow storm could blast the Central Plains. We'll be on the northern edge of that system, so I think we'll only get light snow. It will stay cloudy and mild on Wednesday. By Thursday, it will be a little clearer and only a little cooler. No arctic outbreaks this week!

FIVE-DAY FORECAST
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, high 31, low 18.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, 30% light snow chance, high 33 and low 18.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, 30% light snow chance, high 33, low 19.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, high 33, low 15.
Thursday: Partly sunny, high 26, low 7.

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