Weather Now Forecast

By Weather Team

March 3, 2012 Updated Mar 4, 2015 at 4:16 PM CST

A LITTLE WARMER THURSDAY





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DETAILED FORECAST




Wednesday March, 4



TONIGHT: It's going to be cold again tonight with lows down to -13º in Duluth, -22º in International Falls, -21º in Hibbing, -12º in Ashland, -16º Grand Marais and -13º in Ironwood. Winds will be out of the west at 4-8mph with mostly clear skies as high pressure controls our weather.



THURSDAY: The high pressure keeping skies mostly sunny will give us SW winds as it spins to our south in Iowa. This warms our temperatures up to 12º by the afternoon.



FRIDAY: Morning lows are around 7º. I've taken our high temperature down to 29º because of increased cloud coverage as southern winds transport in warmer air which will be forced up by the denser colder air at the surface. So mostly cloudy skies. The jetstream is right over our region and will bring a few weak waves through giving us a dash of snow Friday night into Saturday morning.



SATURDAY: We will see a 20% chance of flurries in the early morning with lows around 19º. Expect mostly cloudy skies throughout the day with highs reaching 30º.



SUNDAY: Expect mostly cloudy skies again Sunday as another wave and weak surface low pressure system approach from the northwest. This gives us another 20% chance of snow showers. Lows are around 18º and highs are up to 33º.




Have a great day!


Adam Clark


Chief Meteorologist





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