Weather Forecast


Wednesday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Heavy snow likely

Northland's NewsCenter meteorologist Adam Clark.

Today: A low-pressure system will sit over northern Wisconsin and put the Northland under a heavy swath of snow from early morning until late afternoon.

An additional 5-10 inches can be expected up the North Shore and in the

Twin Ports, Carlton, southern St. Louis and Douglas counties. Northeast winds at 10-20 mph with gusts up to 30 mph will increase the lake effect. Away from Lake Superior, expect 4-8 inches of additional snow for the Range, Hayward and Ironwood. We could see a mix of precipitation for northern Wisconsin.

Thursday: Cold air spills southward and cools us off big time. Morning lows will be near 8, and there's a 30 percent chance of snow. By afternoon, skies will be mostly cloudy with highs reaching 12.

Five-day forecast

Today: Cloudy, 100 percent chance of heavy snow; H: 29, L: 8

Thursday: Mostly cloudy, 30 percent chance of a.m. snow showers; H: 12, L: -6

Friday: Partly cloudy; H: 3, L: -13

Saturday: Mostly sunny; H: 2, L: -13

Sunday: Partly cloudy, 20 percent chance of snow showers; H: 10, L: -5