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Tuesday's weather for Duluth and beyond: Fall's first frost approaches

A major cold front has swept through the Northland, bringing with it some hail and high wind gusts around Duluth. Half-inch hail was reported in Hermantown on Monday evening, and pea-size hail fell in West Duluth. As the front moves southwest, it...

A major cold front has swept through the Northland, bringing with it some hail and high wind gusts around Duluth. Half-inch hail was reported in Hermantown on Monday evening, and pea-size hail fell in West Duluth. As the front moves southwest, it's bringing colder air behind it. Today's highs will be in the low 60s. There is a 30 percent chance of showers for areas north of the Range this afternoon as a low pressure system in Ontario continues east.

A reinforcing shot of cold air will arrive tonight and lower temperatures to 36. Expect a few clouds Wednesday afternoon and highs up to only 50. There's a chance of frost Wednesday night into Thursday morning. Lows will be near freezing.

Thursday we'll have mostly sunny skies and mid-50s for highs. Lows will be in the mid-30s into Friday morning. But the northwest flow of cool air will be gone by Friday, and we'll warm up to 60 with partly cloudy skies.

Make it a great day!

Five-day Forecast:
Tue: 30% Showers North H: 63 L: 36
Wed: Cooler, Partly Cloudy H: 50 L: 32
Thu: Mostly Sunny H: 54 L: 35
Fri: Partly Cloudy H: 60 L: 43
Sat: Mostly Cloudy H: 65 L: 49

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Around the region:
Twin Ports: Partly Cloudy, Cooler WNW 5-15
Tonight: Few Clouds, Chilly NW 5-15

Iron Range: Few PM Showers, NW 10-20
Tonight: Partly Cloudy, NW 5-15

NW Wisconsin: Partly Cloudy, Cooler NW 5-15
Tonight: Few Clouds, NW 5-15

Twin Cities: Sunny, NW 5-10
Tonight: Partly Cloudy, NW 10-15

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