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Thursday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Skies clearing by day's end

The area of low pressure that brought excessive wind and heavy rain will continue it track toward Hudson Bay today. We'll see clouds thinning out by the afternoon but it will be slower to thin out for areas east of the Twin Ports.

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WDIO weather team

The area of low pressure that brought excessive wind and heavy rain will continue it track toward Hudson Bay today. We'll see clouds thinning out by the afternoon but it will be slower to thin out for areas east of the Twin Ports.
Skies should clear out tonight allowing for warmer air to work its way back into the region. Temperatures by Friday should climb back into the upper 70s to lower 80s. Saturday we'll see another low roll through late bringing with it more rain. This should last through Sunday into early Monday morning. Summer looks to return by the middle of next week.
- Meteorologist Justin Liles

Seven-day forecast:
Today: Eary morning rain H: 72 L: 49
Friday: Warmer and some sun H: 80 L: 52
Saturday: P.M. storms H: 80 L: 63
Sunday: Scattered thunderstorms H: 70 L: 52
Monday: Mostly sunny H: 75 L: 49
Tuesday: Plenty of sun H: 80 L: 54
Wednesday: Getting warmer H: 82 L: 60

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