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Tuesday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Chance of snow

TODAY: We're in between systems! As the next one approaches from the southwest, we'll have clouds increase throughout the afternoon. This low will head out and will bring a chance of snow into Wednesday morning for Northwestern Wisconsin.

Adam Clark
Northland's NewsCenter meteorologist Adam Clark.

TODAY: We're in between systems! As the next one approaches from the southwest, we'll have clouds increase throughout the afternoon. This low will head out and will bring a chance of snow into Wednesday morning for Northwestern Wisconsin.

The chance of wet snow is about 60 percent, and we could see

2-4 inches in Washburn, Sawyer, and southern Ashland and Iron counties.

WEDNESDAY: We will see skies clear up to partly cloudy.

THURSDAY: Lows will be even lower in the morning. Expect partly cloudy skies as high pressure moves over.

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FRIDAY: Clouds will start to increase again. Morning lows will be about 28 and highs near 41. There's a 30 percent chance of snow in the late afternoon and a 50 percent chance overnight of some measurable snow that could help tracking deer for the opener on Saturday!

Five-day forecast
Today: Increasing cloudys, 40 percent chance of overnight snow. High: 39. Low: 26.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy. High: 38. Low: 22.
Thursday: Partly cloudy. High: 38. Low: 28.
Friday: Increasing clouds, 30 percent chance of p.m. snow. High: 41. Low: 28.
Saturday: Cloudy, 40 percent chance of snow. High: 36. Low: 21.

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