Weather Features

  • Recent Rains Take Out Portion of Bayfield Co. Road

    Tuesday, Nov 5 at 3:57 AM

    Bayfield Co., WI (Northland's NewsCenter) - Recent rains took out a chunk of road in Bayfield County.

  • Severe Weather Possible Sunday

    Light Showers continue into Monday, more sunshine and calmer weather returns Tuesday.

  • Climate Change in the Northland

    Climate change has been in headlines for more than a decade, but many don't understand the difference between climate and meteorology. Meteorologist Jeff Edmondson helps clear up the misunderstanding.

  • 'Blizzard' More Than What Met the Eye

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) - The blizzard of 2011 may have fizzled out for folks in the Twin Ports. But, elsewhere in the Northland, residents saw high winds, whiteout conditions, and high accumulations of snow.

  • Surf's Up!

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) - While many Northlanders were staying warm inside, some decided to brave the winds and snow, and hit the waves. Check out the video.

  • Difficult Travel on Area Roads from Winter Storm

    Both MN DOT and WI DOT have issued travel advosories for interstates and area roads south of the Twin Ports

  • "Supermoon" Visible Saturday Night

    The moon will appear larger and brighter in the sky on Saturday night than it has in the last 18 years.

  • Sure Signs Of Spring

    Moose Lake (Northland's NewsCenter) - Spring is nearly here! Just ask this large woodpecker caught eating crabapples in Moose Lake. If you have photos highlighting signs of spring, send them our way, via weather@northlandsnewscenter.com.

  • Spring Truck Weight Restrictions

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) - Spring truck weight restrictions on state highways will begin March 16 for Minnesota's central frost zone. Spring weight restrictions for the south, southeast and Twin Cities Metro area frost zones began March 14.

  • The Science Behind Tsunamis

    A devastating 8.9 magnitude earthquake cause a tsunami early this morning that sent massive waves crashing into the coast of Japan, leaving hundreds dead and missing. How do tsunamis form? Chief meteorologist Adam Clark explains.