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Fog & Drizzle Tonight, Rain Wednesday Afternoon.

Expect a few showers and drizzle mainly in the Twin Ports and points southward and fog for everyone throughout the night. Winds are out of the south at 5-10mph. Low temps are in the low to mid 30s.

Our next big low starts moving into northwest Kansas and keeps us under clouds throughout the morning Wednesday. Expect an east wind at 5-10mph. Temperatures are quite mild, into the low to mid 40s. As the low nears our chances of rain go up. The best chance is in the mid afternoon for Duluth, it will come earlier to the south of Duluth and late afternoon to evening for places north. The rain will be heavy at times and last throughout the overnight period. Chance of rain overnight into Thursday is around 100%.

Low temps are in the mid 30s Thursday morning. By the afternoon our high is up to 40. The low’s center is now over Wisconsin and rain continues for areas south and east of the Iron Range. There’s snow developing for I. Falls, Baudette, and the Iron Range in the afternoon hours as temperatures drop. Around 2-5” can be expected in Baudette and around a trace to 2” for areas south and east of I. Falls to Duluth.

As the low moves east cooler air filters in from the northwest and we see a transition to all snow for the Northland on Friday. Chance of snow is around 30% and amounts will be around a trace to 1”. Morning lows will be in the mid 20s, which could mean icy spots on roadways and sidewalks. High temps are in the low 30s.

Morning low temps are in the mid teens Saturday and highs reach the low 30s. Skies are partly cloudy as high pressure builds from the south.
A small wave in the jet stream swings over causing enough uplift to warrant a 20% chance of some showers and flurries Sunday. Lows are near 20 and highs reach 37.

Adam Clark

Chief Meteorologist

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