(Tuesday, February 9)
We’re in for a cold night! We see lows dipping down to -12 in Duluth and -16 in Hibbing with -20 in International Falls. With winds out of the NW at 5-15mph we will have wind chills ranging from -20 to -35 with frostbite possible from 15 to 30 minutes of exposure. To the south we have more clouds, therefore warmer temps. Expect -1 in Ironwood with some more lake effect snow showers. Ashland is also down to -1, but further away from the lake, around Hayward lows will be down to -10.
Another cold day can be expected. Highs getting up to 10 in Ashland with partly cloudy skies, and we have overcast skies in Ironwood with a 20% chance of lingering snow showers. Winds are northerly at 3-6mph, so they calm down a bit as low pressure moves away from the Northland. Duluth will get up to 6 and the Iron Range near 4 with mostly sunny skies.
Thursday a stationary boundary to our southwest will kick off a few more clouds. Skies are partly cloudy, but morning lows are down to -10. Highs reach 12. Friday another blast of cold air moves in. Morning lows are near -7 and skies are sunny throughout the day. The high should only reach 3. The wind calms down into Saturday morning allowing for temps to drop to -14. Highs reach 8 with mostly sunny skies.
Valentine’s Day we have a warm front approaching, which increases clouds and temperatures. Morning lows are down to -6 and highs reach 15. We have a 40% chance of snow showers by the afternoon. These snow showers last into Monday morning with lows near 8. Highs Monday get up to 29!
Have a great day!