Weather Features

  • 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.

  • Red Cross Offers Free Tornado Warning App

    This new app can help keep you safe during severe weather.

  • Snow Lingers Tonight

    Snow showers will stick with us tonight and into tomorrow morning. The National Weather Service has extended the Winter Storm Warning until 10pm for Cook and Lake Counties. An additional 3-6" is possible there.

  • Winter Storm Impacting The Northland (Photo Gallery)

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) --- This latest winter storm is leaving behind an icy, slushy mess across the Midwest with power outages already hitting the Twin Ports this morning and blizzard like conditions in Wisconsin.

  • Winter Storm Cancellations - Friday Update

    Check here for the latest cancellations due to this week's winter storm across Minnesota.

  • First Time Forecaster: Daulton Knight

    We had a very special guest join us during the weather segment today. Meet our First Time Forecaster Daulton Knight.

  • Beargrease Race Growls Again After Hiatus

    After canceling last year and postponing this year, the John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon is off and Running. Dave Anderson has the story.

  • Weekend Winter Storm Approaching

    Starting after midnight tonight, a large system capable of producing heavy and wet snow, rain, freezing rain, and even sleet will move in. Models suggest we should see a wintry mix in the Ports through the Brainerd Lakes region to start. That mixture will then transition into snow by the morning hours and spread into the rest of the area including Wisconsin. By the afternoon the snow in Wisconsin may transition back into a wintry mix, sleet and freezing rain. Snow should continue to fall in Minnesota the rest of the day.

  • Winter Storm Set To Hit Northland

    A winter storm is aimed at the Northland as a large low pressure system tracks in from the Dakotas. Snow is already coming down in the Twin cities where 10" are expected to fall over the next 24 hours. Here in the Northland the snow is being held off temporarily by dry air situated over the area. However, the snow will begin this evening as the stronger low brings in the moisture.