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Rain tonight and a spectacular Sunday


Heavy rain associated with a cold front. Duluth will see the heaviest rain between 3 and 6am. The storms west of the twin ports could have damaging winds and hail. Low will be around 60.


A cold front will pass over the area early in the morning leading to clouds and some rain. The skies will begin to clear around midday giving way to temperatures in the low 70s and breezy winds out of the west 10 – 15 mph.


The morning will start off crisp with temperatures in the upper 40s and low 50s, but the wind will shift to the south and allow temps to reach near 80 with clear skies.


Weak disturbance will move through and bring overcast skies and a 30% chance for a light rain shower around midday. Temps will start out in the upper 50s and the high will be in the mid 70s with a muggy feel to the air.


Very seasonal days for the middle August. Low temps in the low 50s and highs in the mid 70’s, sunny and a light breeze from the west. Chance for fog in the mornings.


Warmer and a 20% chance for a shower, high in the upper 70s.

Meteorologist Alex Libby

I have lived my entire life in Maine, just North of Portland in the town of Freeport. I studied Meteorology at Plymouth State University in New Hampshire and minored in Mathematics. I have been interested in Meteorology since I was about 5 years old. I played hockey until college and I played baseball throughout my time at PSU. So far I have loved the Duluth area and I’m excited for lots of snow and -60 degree windchills.

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