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Weather Now Forecast

By Weather Team

August 6, 2010 Updated Nov 22, 2014 at 5:35 PM CST

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DETAILED FORECAST





SUNDAY: Two lows gang up on us Sunday. We're in the warm sector of the low to our north. We have lows in the lower 30s and highs in the upper 30s. Models agree on a dry slot within the low, which helps us out in lowering our precip totals. We have a 40% chance of rain turning into a mix by the afternoon as the cold front passes. Mostly Cloudy through the day.





MONDAY: As the front moves through our winds will be strong out of the NW at 10-20 with gusts near 35mph. Lows are down to 20º and highs are near 30º with cloudy skies. Chance of snow and blowing snow is 60%. Accumulations will be around 1" for Duluth and parts of Minnesota. The South Shore could see a range from up to 2 inches near Port Wing up to 6 or more inches near Ironwood by the end of the night. Lake effect will be a factor.





TUESDAY: Tuesday we're colder with mostly sunny skies as we get a touch of clearing from a high pressure system to our South. Lows are down to 12º and highs are near 21º.





WEDNESDAY: A small wave moves through out of the Northwest and gives us cloudy skies and a 30% chance of seeing some snow. Expect a low around 14 and the high to only reach around 19.





THURSDAY: We start to see sunnier skies, but the cold really digs in for Thanksgiving. Expect a low of 0 and a high around 9.




Have a great weekend!


Meteorologist Bryce Henry



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