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Thursday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Another round of scattered storms

This time of year can be one of the most frustrating for those who need to be outside. The weather can be beautiful one minute, and then the skies open up and the temperature drops as much as 15 degrees the next minute. And today might turn out t...

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WDIO Storm Team

This time of year can be one of the most frustrating for those who need to be outside. The weather can be beautiful one minute, and then the skies open up and the temperature drops as much as 15 degrees the next minute. And today might turn out to be one of those days.

We'll start off with plenty of sunshine, but as the mercury climbs through the 60s near Lake Superior and near 80 away from the lake, an unstable atmosphere will produce afternoon showers and thunderstorms. So if you are heading outside today, keep an umbrella nearby ... just in case.

SEVEN-DAY FORECAST
Thursday: Scattered PM storms, high 68, low 51.
Friday: Few passing clouds, high 76, low 55.
Saturday: Slight chance of storms, high 78, low 57.
Sunday: PM storms likely, high 75, low 56.
Monday: Chance of storms, high 75, low 56.
Tuesday: AM clouds, PM sun, high 71, low 48.
Wednesday: Plenty of sun, high 78, low 56.

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