(Friday, February 12)
An area of high pressure will deliver some arctic air to the Norhtland today. Highs will struggle to make it above zero in many areas, but here in Duluth I think we should be able to see 2° for a high. We will see more sunshine as the drier air builds in. But the winds will be very breezy out of the NW 10-20mph, which will give us wind chill values through the day between -20° and -30°. Frost bite can occur in 30 minutes or less so bundle up! Tonight will get REAL cold. Lows will plummet into the teens and even 20's below zero. The skies will be clear and the winds will calm.
Saturday we're looking at more sunshine and highs in the single digits. Winds will be out of the WNW 5-10mph. Sunday we will see a 50% chance of some snow. Models have been very back and forth on this, but there is a chance we could see 1-4" of snow in the region. Highs will be in the teens with mostly cloudy skies.
Monday will be much warmer! Highs will be in the upper 20's with mostly cloudy skies. There will be a slight chance of flurries, mostly in the morning.
Tuesday and Wednesday high pressure will return and clear out the skies. Temperatures will be a little colder, sitting in the teens for highs.
Have a great weekend!