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Big temperature swings on the way

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TONIGHT:

The cold front went through Saturday and will cause temps to drop below zero. Winds will be gusty out of the west before midnight, and become calm by the morning.

SUNDAY:

Cold. Morning temps will be near 0° in Duluth, Iron range and north will be 10-20° below zero. There will be partly cloudy skies and a light northwest wind 3-6 mph.

MONDAY:

There will some light snow that will give us around an inch of snow. Warmer than Sunday with a high near 26°. Winds will be mainly calm.

TUESDAY:

A cold front will pass over and will bring strong winds and cooler temps. Only a high of 13° with clearing skies.

WEDNESDAY:

Cold and Sunny. Near 10° below zero in the morning and 10° above in the afternoon. Bright blue skies with tons of sun.

THURSDAY:

Very similar to Wednesday, but warmer! Starting off cold, around 10° below, but a southwest flow will warm us up to 20°. Another sunny day.

FRIDAY:

Mild. Temps in the upper 30's and near 40°. More sunny blue skies. Friday should be the nicest day since last fall.

LOOKING INTO THE WEEKEND:

Saturday looks even warmer than Friday, and right now it looks like the warmth will stay through Sunday. More clouds in the skies is likely.

Meteorologist Alex Libby

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