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Thursday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: The lake machine continues to churn

The Northland remains under a chilly northwest flow. Parts of the South Shore and Upper Michigan can expect snowfall accumulations through Friday. The higher terrain of the Gogebic Range could see an additional 6-10 inches of snow through Thursda...

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The Northland remains under a chilly northwest flow. Parts of the South Shore and Upper Michigan can expect snowfall accumulations through Friday. The higher terrain of the Gogebic Range could see an additional 6-10 inches of snow through Thursday afternoon. Areas such as Saxon and Gile have already received 30 inches.

High pressure and a ridge of drier air will provide some relief by Friday. Light winds and sunshine are possible across the Northland, including the South Shore.

Look for cold air to stay through the weekend, bringing a few chances of light snow Saturday and Sunday. Starting Monday, more heavy lake-effect snow is possible for the South Shore.

-Chief Meteorologist Justin Liles

Seven-day forecast

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Thursday: Snow on South Shore, high of 25, low of 15

Friday: A cold morning, high of 21, low of 5

Saturday: Light snow possible, high of 22, low of 6

Sunday: Chance of more snow, high of 21, low of 8

Monday: Lake machine on again, high of 21, low of 9

Tuesday: Well below average, high of 18, low of 7

Wednesday: Partly cloudy, high of 20, low of 6

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