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Weather Features

  • Tug Boats to the Rescue!

    An early ice–over in the Duluth-Superior Harbor has slowed shipping traffic and has area tug boat operators working overtime.... keeping critical port functions online.

  • Bad Weather Accidents Include Car, Wheel-Chair Collision

    By 2 p.m. on Tuesday, the Duluth Police Department had reported half-a-dozen foul-weather accidents --- including one where a woman in a wheel-chair was hit by a passing motorist.

  • Duluth Officials Warn Drivers To Use Caution In Snowy Weather

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) The City of Duluth is asking motorists to please use caution as they drive city streets Tuesday.

  • Treacherous Thanksgiving Travel

    MNDOT is already reporting nearly 200 crashes across the state since eight this morning with about 40 of those resulting in injuries.

  • A Look back at a Record Setting Summer

    It was quite a summer...with many days of above average temperatures and more rain than many areas could handle. Tonight Meteorologist Jeff Edmondson takes a look back at the extreme weather we had across the Northland this past summer.

  • Tonight at Ten: The La Nina Effect

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) - From flooding to record high temperatures, it was a wacky summer for many across the Northland. Tonight at ten, Meteorologist Jeff Edmondson takes a look back at the summer that was.

  • A Look at the Lake's Effect

    West Duluth (Northland's NewsCenter) - With the season's first significant snowfall, some were more affected than others.

  • Winter Blast Photos

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) Viewers are submitting photos from all across the area of the November Winter Blast. These are just a few of them. If you have any other photos you'd like to share, then send them our way. You have a few different options.

  • Winter Storm brings Heavy Snow and Travel Headaches

    Storm leaves behind over 10 inches of snow in the Northland

  • Storm Leaves Behind More Than Snow, Debris

    DULUTH, MN - (Northland's Newscenter) - The storm compared to the one that sunk the Edmund Fitzgerald has left its mark on our region. Residents say they woke up to snow, power outages and even flooding.