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Sunday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Very warm start to the week

High pressure in the eastern Great Lakes will provide plenty of sunshine for most of us across the Northland. However, a piece of energy moving across southern Minnesota could spark a few thundershowers to the south and west of the Twin Ports thi...

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WDIO Storm Team

High pressure in the eastern Great Lakes will provide plenty of sunshine for most of us across the Northland. However, a piece of energy moving across southern Minnesota could spark a few thundershowers to the south and west of the Twin Ports this afternoon. Looking ahead, a stronger area of low pressure will develop in the northern Rockies later today. As it moves northeast into Canada, it will tap into some Gulf moisture, allowing for a hot and humid Monday and a stormy Tuesday.

SEVEN-DAY FORECAST
Sunday: Few high clouds, high 86, low 65.
Monday: Increasing clouds, humid, high 87, low 66.
Tuesday: Thunderstorms likely, high 85, low 64.
Wednesday: Few AM clouds, high 82, low 60.
Thursday: Abundant sunshine, high 81, low 60.
Friday: Slight chance of storms, high 82, low 59.
Saturday: Isolated storms, high 78, low 61.

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