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Thursday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: A chance of weekend snow

This morning's temperatures are the end of the below-zero mornings we will see for a stretch. A southwest wind will usher in some mild air for the Northland, pushing daytime highs toward normal (around 20) for a few days.

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This morning's temperatures are the end of the below-zero mornings we will see for a stretch. A southwest wind will usher in some mild air for the Northland, pushing daytime highs toward normal (around 20) for a few days.

There is a chance of snow Friday night and throughout Saturday, but accumulations won't be much. We will see a few waves of energy that will give us on-and-off chances of snow throughout the weekend. Some of that snow may become mixed precipitation, which could cause slippery roads Saturday evening.

Seven-day forecast

Thursday: Partly cloudy, with high of 17 and low of -7

Friday: Chance of snow, with high of 19 and low of 13

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Saturday: Some mixed precipitation, with high of 17 and low of 9

Sunday: Cloudy, with high of 18 and low of 9

Monday: Cloudy, with high of 23 and low of 14

Tuesday: Partly cloudy, with high of 29 and low of 14

Wednesday: Flurries possible, with high of 23 and low of 12

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