Weather Features

  • 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

    Lows tonight are in the low 30s in Hibbing and upper 30s in Duluth. Winds will be breezy out of the east at 5-15mph. There is a chance to see patchy frost for most of the Northland if the winds calm down. Ashland and Hayward will be in the mid 30s.

  • 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.

  • Power Outages in South Superior

    Superior, WI (Northland's NewsCenter) --- Residents in South Superior and Central Park are reporting power outages in their area.

  • Morning Travel Conditions Difficult Across Twin Ports

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) --- MnDot is asking that people stay off the roads during these blizzard like conditions.

  • Highways Closed in Ashland and Superior

    Ashland & Superior, WI (Northland's NewsCenter) --- Parts of Highway 2 and WIS 13 in Ashland and parts of Highway 53 in Superior have been closed due to weather conditions.

  • Blizzard Warning To Lead To Snow Fall Rates Of An Inch An Hour

    A strong winter storm has caused a Blizzard Warning for the Twin Ports and a Winter Storm Warning for much of the rest of the region. That is expected to bring snowfall rates of an inch an hour to the Twin Ports and points east, west and south through the early afternoon.

  • Northland Snowstorm Thoughts

    With an approaching snow storm moving its way in into the Northland tonight, all eyes and ears are focused on the Northland's NewsCenter Weather Team to keep up to date on one of the major snowstorms to hit this region this season thus far. Snow total projections are expected to be higher than the system that came through on Sunday.