Weather Features

  • Storm Chasers

    Friday, Sep 14 at 5:23 AM

    Meteorologist Adam Lorch interviewed Brandon Ivey, a storm chaser who drives a specially designed vehicle into tornados to collect weather data.

  • Thursday's Tornado Was Not Duluth's First

    On May 26, 1958 a tornado was reported to hit West Duluth.

  • Duluth's and Superior's First Tornado

    The waterspout from Thursday can now be called Duluth's first tornado.

  • Water Spout Reported Over Lake Superior

    Superior, WI (Northland's NewsCenter) --- The National Weather Service received a 911 call of a water spout on Lake Superior as well as a report of a funnel cloud over Barker's Island.

  • Carlton County Residents Flood The Lot For Flood Relief

    People from places like Carlton, Scanlon and Cloquet threw a party in a parking lot to raise money for neighbors devastated by the June flood on Sunday. Dave Anderson has the story.

  • Swimmer Caught in Rip Current Despite Red Flag Warning

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) - The incident happened shortly after 6:30 Wednesday when the woman got caught up in the current.

  • Strong Afternoon Storms Possible

    The Storm Prediction Center has us under a slight risk for severe weather and also a Thunderstorm Watch. A watch means severe weather is possible. Warnings are expected throughout the afternoon as this system moves to ESE. Hail, high winds, heavy rain will be the primary threats for these storms.

  • Red Flag Warning Issued for Park Point Beaches

    (Duluth, MN) Northland's NewsCenter -- A high risk of rip currents has prompted the Duluth Fire Department to issue a red flag warning along all Park Point beaches. Swimming is not advised at any of these Duluth beaches until further notice.

  • Superior Mayor: "A Mess I've Never Seen Before"

    Superior, WI (Northland's NewsCenter) - Mayor Bruce Hagen declares a State of Emergency, due to major flooding and road closures, effective immediately in the City of Superior, until further notice.

  • Authorities Advise No Travel in Duluth, Other Road Closures

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) - Duluth Police are advising emergency-only travel across the city.

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