Weather Features

  • Historic storm leaves Northland snowed in

    Thursday, Dec 5 at 7:20 PM

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) -- The length and volume of snow over the last three days is historic for the Northland, and left most of the region struggling to dig out in subzero temperatures Thursday morning.

  • Snow brings boost to winter businesses

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com)--- With more than two feet of snow along the North Shore, and more than a foot and a half here in Duluth and still falling, many Northlanders were flocking to area stores finding ways to dig themselves out.

  • EF1 Tornado Confirmed Near Remer, MN

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) - A confirmed EF 1 tornado was located two miles east of Remer in Cass County Thursday night.

  • Thunderstorms Roll Through the Northland (With Pictures)

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) --- The National Weather Service has issued Special Weather Statement for parts of Carlton, St. Louis, Cook and Lake Counties.

  • First Time Forecaster

  • First Time Forecaster

    Dakota Caddy of Cathedral School in Superior was June's First Time Forecaster. Dakota has an interest in meteorology and comedy.

  • Heavy Rain/Hail Possible Tonight

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) - We've got warm and moist air pushing in from the south and a warm front forming over the region. This along with a jetstream aloft all aids in producing hefty thunderstorms.

  • Gogebic Co. Road Crews Tackle 20 Foot Sink Hole

    Ironwood, MI (NNCNOW.com) - Road Crews in Gogebic County had their hands full as they worked to repair a gigantic sink hole.

  • Arnold Road Reopens Following Culvert Failure

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) - The Public Works Dept. said Friday a stretch of Arnold Road would be open in time for the holiday weekend following a culvert repair.

  • Snowiest April On Record

    With snow totals ranging from 22" in Two Harbors, MN and Cornucopia, WI to over 17" in Duluth there is no doubt we saw quite the spring storm. Duluth has officially broke the record for the snowiest April in history receiving 41.7" of snow. The previous record was 31.6" set back in 1950. We also broke a record for one of the snowiest winters. So far this year we have seen almost 120" of snow, this makes it the 4th snowiest winter in over 150 years for Duluth. The 4th snowiest winter is close to being broke as well, we saw 121.0" in 1968-1969 meaning another inch of snow would beat it.

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