Weather Now Forecast

By Weather Team

November 17, 2012 Updated Nov 27, 2015 at 4:09 PM CST

Cool & Sunny Saturday


Detailed Forecast

Friday, November 27

It’s going to be a cold night tonight. But up north in International Falls we have temperatures a little warmer than everywhere else. There’s a tongue of warmth coming from the northwest that will get to I. Falls before everyone else. Still cold there, with lows down to 11. But just to the south in Hibbing we will see temps drop to 2 and Duluth is at 9. Further south in Hayward we have lows near 1 as they are furthest from the milder air and they do not have the lake helping keep them a little warmer like Ashland does with lows near 7.

High pressure builds from the southwest and keeps our skies sunny for Saturday. We have highs in the low 30s Saturday in Superior and mid 30s in Ironwood with a SW wind at 5-10mph. Highs are near 30 in the Iron Range and we have upper 20s in International Falls with sunny skies across the board. Highs are near 33 in Duluth.

Sunday we have morning lows in the mid teens and highs around 35 with mostly sunny skies. We are warming up further on Monday. Lows are in the low 20s and highs upper 30s with partly cloudy skies.
Monday night an upper level low approaches from the southwest. This increases our chances of snow overnight into Tuesday. By Tuesday afternoon we have highs in the mid 30s and cloudy skies with a 60% chance of snow. As of now accumulations look to be around 3-5”. We will keep our eye on it!

It exits the region Wednesday night and the snow tapers off by Wednesday mid-morning. Highs Wednesday are in the low 30s with partly cloudy skies.

Have a great Weekend!

Adam Clark

Chief Meteorologist