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Weather Now Forecast

By Weather Team

August 6, 2010 Updated Jan 29, 2015 at 4:15 PM CST

LOW APPROACHES FRIDAY




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DETAILED FORECAST

Thursday January, 29


TONIGHT: Getting colder tonight with lows down to -4º. Expect winds to die down from the NW at 5-15mph, still breezy but not quite as bad. We will have mostly cloudy skies throughout the night.



FRIDAY: A high pressure system is pushing over the region and will keep us dry until the afternoon. A weak area of low pressure approaches and brings a warm front which kicks off a few flurries north of Duluth after 3pm. Chance of afternoon/evening snow is around 30%. Highs will reach 18º.



SATURDAY: The low passes and moves just east of Lake Superior. It brings a 30% chance of snow showers in the morning. Lows are down to 6º and highs are near 20º with mostly cloudy skies.



SUNDAY: A cold front passes Saturday Night and we cool down to -10º Sunday morning. High pressure builds behind the front which gives us mostly sunny skies and highs around 7º.



MONDAY: The high moves south, over to Illinois and then brings us a southerly flow which helps warm us a little. Morning lows are around -11º and highs reach 14º with mostly sunny skies.




Have a great day!




Adam Clark


Chief Meteorologist


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