Weather Now in Duluth Minnesota
  • Weather Now Forecast

  • Weather Now Forecast

    Wednesday, April 16, 2014

    TONIGHT: The low pressure system bringing us the snow and wind will continue to move east into Wisconsin throughout the night. Winds will be strong out of the NE at 20-30mph with occasional gusts by the lake at 40mph. With strong winds and heavy snow visibilities will be poor as we could see around 1-2" per hour with this system. Morning lows will be around 22º. See the snow map above for forecasted totals.
    THURSDAY: The low moves into the U.P.. This brings us a 40% chance of snow showers, mainly in the morning. The snow will continue into the early afternoon for the South Shore and U.P. as the low exits eastward. Winds will be out of the NNW at 5-15mph with highs reaching 36º.
    FRIDAY: Morning lows will be in the low 20s, but we warm up into the mid 40s with partly sunny skies by the afternoon. High Pressure builds from the north keeping us dry.
    SATURDAY: A shortwave in the jetstream and attached low pressure system to our north brings a warm front and some instability to our atmosphere. This brings a 60% chance of rain and even some rumbles of thunder to the region, especially into the afternoon/evening. Expect morning lows near 26 and highs around 47º.
    SUNDAY: Expect partly cloudy skies and mild temps. Lows will be in the low 30s and highs in the mid 50s.
    Adam Clark
    Chief Meteorologist

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