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Thursday weather for Duluth and the Northland: Stormy day

TODAY: A low-pressure system moves northward and brings warm and humid air into the region ahead of a potent cold front. Highs will reach the mid- to low 70s, with plenty of clouds. As the cooler air pushes in, it will force the warm, moist air u...

Adam Clark
Northland's NewsCenter meteorologist Adam Clark.

TODAY: A low-pressure system moves northward and brings warm and humid air into the region ahead of a potent cold front. Highs will reach the mid- to low 70s, with plenty of clouds. As the cooler air pushes in, it will force the warm, moist air upward, creating a 70 percent chance of storms, some of which could be strong to severe.

FRIDAY: There's a 30 percent chance of showers in the morning as the low-pressure system moves out.

SATURDAY: A high-pressure system pushes in from the north and dries us up. We'll be rather chilly to start with lows near 40. Highs will be around 61, with mostly sunny skies.

SUNDAY: The high continues to hold and temperatures are similar to Saturday: lows in the low 40s and highs in the low 60s with mostly sunny skies.

Five-day forecast

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Today: Cloudy, 70 percent chance of storms H: 72 L: 52

Friday: Mostly cloudy, 30 percent chance of morning showers H: 57 L: 40

Saturday: Mostly sunny H: 61 L: 41

Sunday: Mostly sunny H: 62 L: 45

Monday: Partly cloudy H: 65 L: 47

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