Weather Features

  • Peak temperatures brings people out for peak colors

    Sunday, Oct 11 at 11:19 PM

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) -- Northlanders got a rare treat from Mother Nature on Sunday.

  • Severe Weather Awareness Week features tornado drill

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) -- Sirens screamed their warnings at full volume this afternoon for tornado drills throughout Minnesota and Wisconsin. The tests were part of Severe Weather Awareness Week. Meteorologist Dave Anderson reminds us what to if the sirens sound for real.

  • Northern Lights

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) -- The Northern Lights should be active in the northern latitudes tonight (Tuesday night) into the early morning hours Wednesday.

  • Climate Change Affecting Northland Health

    Temperatures across the world are rising with 2014 recorded as the hottest on record. This means changes here in the Northland as well including a shift in Lyme disease, allergies and water-borne illnesses.

  • Adam Clark Live Shot From Duluth Boat Show

    Chief Meteorologist Adam Clark was at the Duluth Boat, Sport and RV show Wednesday, Thursday and Friday this week. This is one of the interviews with Rob Bergquist a local taxidermist.

  • Eurasian snow predicting Northland winter

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) How can snow in Eurasia in October forecast the winter season here in the Northland? We talk to one of the lead researchers on trying to forecast the polar vortex.

  • Grandma's Marathon Forecast

    We see a 40% chance of early morning showers and drizzle with foggy conditions continuing by Lake Superior. Winds will be out of the east at 5-15mph during race time.

  • Weather Blog - April, 16

    Updated: 10:42pm The snow has picked up a little here in Duluth and the new 00z NAM model brings in an additional 3-4" on top of what we already have.

  • Duluth Tops 104" of Snow

    Duluth - It's been an extremely snowy this season and with Thursday's storm we topped 100" of snow. The Duluth Airport has recorded 104.

  • Northland Emergency Response time increases in bad weather situations

    Superior,WI (NNCNOW.com)--- The Northland is bracing for yet another big winter storm.As most people prepare to hunker down at home and ride out the storm, the Northland's first responders are at the ready to answer the call of duty in the event of an emergency.