Weather Features

  • Storm Leads to Flooding at Lake Superior College

    Tuesday, Oct 26 at 5:45 PM

    DULUTH, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) --- More than 200 Lake Superior College students and faculty were displaced by Tuesday's severe rain storm.

  • Winds, Rain rock Washburn

    Washburn, WI (Northland's NewsCenter) - The storm system moving across the Northland his hitting Washburn, Wisconsin.

  • International Falls Sets High-Temp Record

    The so-called "Ice-Box of the Nation" is experiencing some unusually hot weather.

  • Mississippi Could Flood Twin Cities

    Residents and road crews prepare for high water.

  • Rain Influencing State Parks

    DNR advises to call ahead if you plan to travel this weekend.

  • At Least A Dozen Homes Still Flooded In Solon Springs

    At least a dozen homes remain flooded in Solon Springs tonight after heavy rain fall swept the area this past week.

  • More Snow & Cold this Winter

    This summer has been hot, hot, hot! with temperatures significantly above normal... But here's some advice...enjoy it now because things are expected to take a turn for the worse.

  • Flooding Forces Closure of Lake Superior Zoo

    In an e-mail Wednesday afternoon, officials said it's possible the zoo will need to remain closed for the entire day for clean up efforts. In addition, all summer camps for Thursday are cancelled.

  • A History Of Climate Change

    There is a great deal of talk these days about climate change, but it's hardly a new phenomenon. The Earth is billions of years old and throughout its history the surface has been constantly evolving. The Northland has seen some amazing shifts in its history, and some of those changes have had world-altering consequences as Meteorologist George Kessler reports.

  • Severe Weather In The Northland

    The Northland's weather is often extreme, especially in the winter but we also see our fair share in the warmer months as well. The last few summers have been quiet, but the fact remains we are in a part of the country that is vulnerable to hail, high winds, and tornadoes. George Kessler takes a look at what it takes to push a typical northland summer day into the "danger zone."

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