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Sharply colder today with a blustery wind

A huge drop in temperatures behind Monday's cold front and a strong wind will make it feel even colder

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Bitterly cold air has returned to the region with high temperatures barely making it above zero today. Duluth's high of four degrees will feel much colder when you add in a blustery northwest wind at 10-20mph, gusting to 35mph. The wind will gradually taper off tonight with lows falling to -15 degrees but it will still be frigid on Thursday with a high of 1 degree despite a sunny sky. The next chance for snow comes on Friday with temperatures back in the teens.


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Jesse Ritka is a StormTracker meteorologist and holds the AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist seal of approval.

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