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Warming up Saturday and cooling right back down Sunday!

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SATURDAY:
A cold front to our north will start to slide south throughout the day Saturday. Expect partly cloudy skies and a western flow ahead of the front at 10-15mph. High temps in the upper 20s to low 30s. Some locations in NW Wisconsin will have mid 30s.

SUNDAY:
The cold front passes overnight into Sunday and high pressure builds in clearing us up. Morning lows are in the low single digits in Duluth with temps around -15 to -20 around the Iron Range and Borderland. High temps reach 13 for the Twin Ports area with partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies.

MONDAY:
A low pressure system moves in from the west on Monday. This increases clouds and temperatures to the mid single digits in the morning and low 20s by the afternoon. Expect a 50% chance of snow showers throughout the day. Around 1-4” is possible.

TUESDAY:
The low pushes over Lake Huron on Tuesday and cold air rushes in from the north. Morning lows are in the mid teens and the high temp will occur likely before noon at 18 and then fall throughout the afternoon. Expect partly cloudy skies.

WEDNESDAY:
High pressure clears us up and keeps us cold on Wednesday. Morning lows are near -5 and highs reach 8 with sunny skies.

Adam Clark

Chief Meteorologist

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