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Wednesday's evening forecast for Duluth and the Northland

Winds will remain calm as the high pressure center pushes off east. A cold front will pass in the wake of the high, bringing an increase of clouds overnight and lows around 0. Mostly cloudy skies will linger Thursday with a chance for a few flurries.

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From left: Brandon Weathers, Justin Liles and Taylor Dayton

Winds will remain calm as the high pressure center pushes off east. A cold front will pass in the wake of the high, bringing an increase of clouds overnight and lows around 0. Mostly cloudy skies will linger Thursday with a chance for a few flurries. Relatively consistent northwest winds will set up behind the front and continue through Saturday, allowing for on and off chances for light snow showers for parts of the South Shore, particularly round Ironwood, from Thursday through the weekend. High pressure will move in Thursday night, clearing skies and allowing temperatures to drop to around 10 below Friday morning. High pressure will keep skies mostly clear and very cold air in place Friday and through the weekend.

Tonight: Increasing clouds, low of 0.

Thursday: Mostly cloudy with a few flurries possible. High of 17.

Thursday night: Clear, low of -10

Friday: Mostly sunny, high of 6.

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Friday night: Mostly clear, low of -10.

Saturday: Mostly sunny, high of 4.

Saturday night: Mostly clear, low of -14.

Sunday: Sunny, high of 4.

Monday: Partly sunny, high of 16. Evening snow showers.

Tuesday: Slight chance for morning snow showers, then decreasing cloud cover. High of 15.

Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with a chance for flurries. High of 12.

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