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Thursday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Thursday morning cartoons!

This is the only time of year we can relate to what's it like to be a cartoon character. The air is so dry and so cold that as soon as you walk outside, Mother Nature tries to suck your eyeballs right out of your head. Everybody looks bug-eyed.

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This is the only time of year we can relate to what's it like to be a cartoon character. The air is so dry and so cold that as soon as you walk outside, Mother Nature tries to suck your eyeballs right out of your head. Everybody looks bug-eyed.
The good news is after today with wind chill values 20 to 30 below, the temperatures will actually start to rise.
High pressure will slide to the south by Friday, changing the winds to the southwest. This will also increase cloud cover and eventually lead to snow by midday Friday. Friday's commute home could be slippery.
-Chief Meteorologist Justin Liles

Seven-day forecast

Thursday: Still extremely cold, with high of 2 and low of -19

Friday: Snow showers, with high of 12 and low of -10

Saturday: A little warmer, with high of 13 and low of 4

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Sunday: Cold returns, with high of 5 and low of -8

Monday: Late P.M. snow, with high of 16 and low of -6

Tuesday: Snow possible, with high of 18 and low of 8

Wednesday: A little sunshine, with high of 12 and low of -1

 

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