Saturday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Freezing drizzleThis morning we have a chance of freezing drizzle as a low-pressure system pushes eastward into the region.
By: Adam Clark, Northland's NewsCenter
This morning we have a chance of freezing drizzle as a low-pressure system pushes eastward into the region. It will bring a 60 percent chance of rain and increase temperatures to 42, with southeast winds at 5-15 mph. On Sunday, we’ll get a break from precipitation, as we’ll be between systems. We still could have some slick spots in the morning, with lows around 28. Expect mostly cloudy skies and highs reaching 40 by Sunday afternoon. On Monday, there will be a lot of clouds and a 50 percent chance of rain as a stronger low-pressure system pushes in from the Pacific Northwest. It will increase wind speeds out of the south, and that southerly flow will get us into the low 40s for highs. The cold air gets here on Tuesday, so watch out for slick spots because morning lows will be around 21.
Saturday: Cloudy, a.m. freezing drizzle, p.m. showers H: 42 L: 28
Sunday: Mostly cloudy H: 40 L: 33
Monday: Cloudy, 50 percent chance of rain, windy H: 43 L: 21
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, 20 percent chance of flurries H: 29 L: 17
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy H: 31 L: 21