Weather Features

  • Severe Weather Safety Tips: Caught Outside

    What to do if caught outside when a tornado approaches.

  • Severe Thunderstorms Across the Northland

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) --- Severe thunderstorms could make their way into the Northland by this afternoon, possibly producing a tornado.

  • Summer Storm Spotter Training Session

    The Northland's NewsCenter will hold it's 3rd Storm Spotter Training Session at their studios in Canal Park on Saturday May 19th at 10am.

  • Statewide Tornado Drills

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) -- Two statewide tornado drills will be conducted Thursday, April 19.

  • Severe Weather Awareness Week

    With the rash of tornadoes that hit the Midwest this spring the National Weather Service wants you to be ready for danger in the Northland. They're getting people ready to respond to weather emergencies with a state–wide drills in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Meteorologist Adam Lorch tells us why the yearly test is needed here in the Northland.

  • Snow Showers This Afternoon

    Snow will be off and on throughout the Northland this afternoon into the evening hours. Colder air pushing south along with an upper level low over Manitoba is creating enough uplift for a few snow showers.

  • Northland Safe From Weather-Related Disasters

    Minneapolis, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) --- A new report shows that most Northland counties have not experienced severe weather in the past 6 years.

  • Weather Now Forecast

    TONIGHT: Expect cloudy skies with fog and drizzle. There's a 30% chance of some scattered showers too with lows in the upper 50s and ENE winds near 4-8mph.

    SATURDAY: Our next low is approaching from the southwest. As it gets here a warm front approaches from the south which keeps us cloudy to mostly cloudy and gives us a 30% chance of scattered showers and drizzle. Winds will be NE at 5-15mph with highs reaching 70º and mid 60s by the lake.

  • Leap Day Storm Snow Totals

    So this Colorado Low has certainly caused some headaches and trouble for much of the Northland region. The worst part of the system has moved on through our region, but some lingering lake enhanced snow is still possible along with fierce winds buffeting at wind speeds of over 20 mph with gusts over 40mph.

  • Leap Year Blizzard Winding Down

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) --- The Twin Ports is starting to come back to life as the Leap Year Blizzard begins to wind down.

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