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Heavy snow possible this weekend

We'll start off sunny Saturday, but clouds will increase as our next snow producer arrives Saturday night.

StormTracker Team
DULUTH NEWS TRIB

Temperatures will warm to the upper-20s and lower-30s around the area Saturday. Expect a breeze out of the west with gusts into the 20s. Snow moves in Saturday night and into Sunday. Accumulating snow is expected with this winter storm. Parts of the Northland will see more than 6 inches of new snow with a few areas along the shorelines seeing even more. The snow is expected to come to an end Sunday night with cold temperatures to kick off next week's work week. Highs may stay in the single digits Monday.

StormTracker Team
DULUTH NEWS TRIB

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