January 30, 2014 – Weather Report. For the 8000th time this winter the Northland is under a wind chill advisory.

/Issued 4:30 PM CST, Thursday, January 30, 2014/

-Area in light blue is under a wind chill advisory for Tonight and Friday AM.  Source, NWS hazards map.















Snowfall report for January 30, 2014
Source:  National Weather Service Duluth, Minnesota

7 NW of Phillips, WI (Price County)  6.0″
Winter, WI (Sawyer County)  4.1″
Loretta, WI (Sawyer County)  4.0″
Radisson, WI (Sawyer County)  4.0″
Stone Lake, WI (Sawyer County)  3.5″
2 WSW of Hayward, WI (Sawyer County)  3.0″
Gile, WI (Iron County)  3.0″
Webb Lake, WI (Burnett County)  1.6″

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*WIND CHILL ADVISORY*
Source:  National Weather Service Duluth, Minnesota

A wind chill advisory has been issued for all of Northeast Minnesota.

Timing: 

9 PM Tonight until 12 PM CST Friday.

Counties included in the advisory:

Koochiching MN
Itasca MN
Cass MN
Crow Wing MN
Aitkin MN
Pine MN
Carlton MN
St. Louis MN
Lake MN
Cook MN

Some cities included in the advisory:

International Falls
Grand Rapids
Walker
Brainerd
Aitkin
Hinckley
Cloquet
Duluth
Hibbing
Ely
Crane Lake
Two Harbors
Silver Bay
Grand Marais

Wind chill values:

25 below to 40 below from late This Evening through Friday Morning.  Under these conditions frostbite can occur in as little as 10 to 30 minutes on exposed skin.

**A wind chill advisory means that very cold air and winds will combine to generate low wind chills.  This will result in frostbite and lead to hypothermia if precautions are not taken**

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*WIND CHILL ADVISORY*
Source:  National Weather Service Duluth, Minnesota

A wind chill advisory has been issued for all of Northwest Wisconsin.

Timing:

Midnight Tonight until Noon CST Friday.

Counties included in the advisory:

Douglas WI
Bayfield WI
Ashland WI
Iron WI
Burnett WI
Washburn WI
Sawyer WI
Price WI

Some cities included in the advisory:

Superior
Bayfield
Ashland
Hurley
Siren
Shell Lake
Hayward
Park Falls

Wind chill values:  

25 below to 35 below after Midnight.  Under these conditions frostbite can occur in as little as 10 to 30 minutes on exposed skin.

**A wind chill advisory means that very cold air and strong winds will combine to generate low wind chills.  This will result in frostbite and lead to hypothermia if precautions are not taken**

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Today’s Weather Summary for NE Minnesota and NW Wisconsin

A vigorous disturbance along with an area of low pressure passed through the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes Today.  This system brought a band of significant snow to parts of Southern, Central, and Eastern Minnesota, and over much of Western, Central, and Northern Wisconsin Today.  This snow also affected Southern portions of the Northland with several inches of accumulation reported especially over parts of Sawyer, Price, and Iron Counties.

Clouds decreased from NW-SE This Afternoon as the system responsible in producing the Morning snow moved away.  Highs Today ranged from the single digits below zero in Northern Minnesota to the teens above in Eastern Minnesota and Northwest Wisconsin.  Winds were out of the north or northwest at 10 to 25 mph.

Forecast Discussion for NE Minnesota and NW Wisconsin

Short Term Forecast – Confidence:  High.

Tonight (January 30)

More arctic air moves in Tonight as high pressure settles into the Northern Plains.  Clear to partly cloudy skies are forecast Tonight with lows in the single digits, teens, and 20s below with a few spots possibly falling into the 30s below.  Winds will be out of the northwest at 10 to 20 mph with wind chill values of 25 below to 40 below developing by late This Evening.

Friday and Friday Night (January 31)

January ends on a cold note but that shouldn’t come as much of a surprise given the weather pattern we’ve seen most of the winter.

Partly cloudy skies are expected this period with highs ranging from around zero to the low teens.  Friday Night’s low temperatures will be in the single digits, teens, and 20s below.  Winds will shift to the southwest at 10 to 15 mph as we get on the backside of high pressure which will move south/east of our area.

Extended Forecast – Confidence:  High.

Saturday through Monday (February 1-3)

A few snow showers and flurries are expected on Saturday as a weak system passes through the Northland, otherwise this period looks generally dry.  High temperatures on Saturday will be in the teens and 20s cooling to the single digits to around 10 above for Sunday and Monday.  Lows Saturday Night and Sunday Night will range from the single digits below to 20s below.

-1 cold shot, 2 cold shot, go…

EURO model valid for next Wednesday, February 5, 2014.  Purple colors on this map represent bitterly cold temperatures.













-Hey! Look what’s reloading to our north on Sunday, February 9, 2014.  Massive blob of purple coldness, more than likely that will find it’s way into Minnesota sooner or later.  Source, 12z EURO model.

















Long Range Forecast – Confidence:  High.

(February 4-9)

Below average temperatures with little to no snow through this period.

5 DAY FORECAST FOR DULUTH and SUPERIOR

*WIND CHILL ADVISORY for Duluth*
Timing:  9 PM Tonight until NOON CST Friday.

*WIND CHILL ADVISORY for Superior*
Timing:  Midnight Tonight until NOON CST Friday.

.Tonight…  Bitterly cold.  Mostly clear.  Low 12 below to 17 below.  Wind northwest at 10 to 20 mph.  Wind chill values 25 below to 40 below.

.Friday…  Cold.  Mostly sunny.  High 2 to 7.  Wind southwest at 10 to 15 mph.  Morning wind chill values 25 below to 40 below.

.Friday Night…  Very cold.  Clear to partly cloudy.  Low 10 below to 15 below.  Wind southwest at 5 to 15 mph.

.Saturday…  Partly to mostly cloudy.  Snow flurries possible.  High 15 to 20.

.Saturday Night…  Partly cloudy.  Low 10 below to 15 below.

.Sunday…  Mostly sunny.  High 2 to 7.

.Sunday Night…  Mostly clear.  Low 10 below to 15 below.

.Monday…  Partly cloudy.  High 5 to 10.

Normal temperatures for Tomorrow

High:  20
Low:    2

Sunrise Friday:  7:34 AM CST
Sunset Friday:   5:11 PM CST
Tim

January 29, 2014 – Weather Update. Winter storm warning/advisory south of the Twin Ports Thursday AM.

/Issued 8:22 PM CST, Wednesday, January 29, 2014/

*Heads up!  A quick hitting winter storm Thursday Morning and early Afternoon in parts of Minnesota and Wisconsin.

-Twin Cities to Rice Lake (Pink area on the map) is under a winter storm warning.

-North and south, east and west of the warning is a winter weather advisory (purple area on the map)

*WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY*
Source:  National Weather Service Duluth, Minnesota

A winter weather advisory has been issued for parts of Eastern Minnesota and Northwest Wisconsin.

Timing:

5 AM to 12 PM CST Wednesday.

Counties included in the advisory:

Pine MN

Burnett WI
Washburn WI
Sawyer WI
Price WI

Some cities included in the advisory:

Hinckley…Pine City…Siren…Grantsburg…Minong…Shell Lake…Spooner…Hayward…Winter…Exeland…Park Falls…Phillips…Ogema…and Prentice.

Snow accumulations:

2-4″ in the advisory area with locally higher amounts of 5-6″ possible.

Visibility:

The snow may be heavy at times with visibilities as low as one half mile.

**A winter weather advisory for snow means that accumulating snow will cause travel difficulties.  Be prepared for snow covered roads and reduced visibility**

-Newest SREF model run (21z) has increased snowfall amounts for this event.  3-6″+ is now being predicted by the SREF model…The corridor of heaviest snow looks like it’ll be over the Southern 1/2 of Minnesota and into Western-North Central Wisconsin.

Tim

January 29, 2014 – Weather Report. A few inches of snow south/southeast of the Twin Ports late Tonight/Thursday AM.

/Issued 3:20 PM CST, Wednesday, January 29, 2014/

-SREF model (15z run)  snowfall accumulation forecast for late Tonight and Thursday.  Looks like a widespread 1-3″ snow event south and southeast of the Twin Ports…We might get a dusting here in Duluth and Superior.  Note:  It wouldn’t surprise me if there are a few 4-5″ totals in Northwest Wisconsin, especially around the Exeland, Winter, Park Falls, Phillips and Ogema areas.














Today’s Weather Summary for NE Minnesota and NW Wisconsin

Low pressure of 994mb was over Western Ontario This Afternoon with a cold front moving into Northwest Minnesota.  Gusty south winds and warm air advection was common ahead of this system Today with warmer daytime highs compared to previous days.  Temperatures Today were in the teens and 20s under partly sunny to mostly cloudy skies.  Winds were from the south or southwest at 10 to 20 mph with higher gusts.

Forecast Discussion for NE Minnesota and NW Wisconsin

Short Term Forecast – Confidence:  High.

Tonight (January 29)

A cold front will move through North Central Minnesota This Evening and will slow down a bit as it approaches Northeast Minnesota and Northwest Wisconsin Overnight.  Low pressure will pass well off to our north while another low heads east/southeast out of the Northern Rockies and into Northern Iowa/far Southern Minnesota by daybreak.

A few flurries or snow showers are possible over Northern Minnesota This Evening due to that cold front moving through.  Little to no accumulation is expected though.

Snow should spread into the Southern portion of the Northland mainly after Midnight as that Northern Rockies system heads toward the Upper Midwest.  At the moment it looks like most of this snow would fall along and south of a line from Brainerd to Ashland, although some flurries or a little light snow may extend as far north as the Twin Ports, Grand Rapids, and Cass Lake areas.

Lows Tonight will range from the single digits and teens below in far Northern Minnesota with single digits and teens above zero over Eastern Minnesota and Northwest Wisconsin.  Winds will shift from the south/west to the north/west at 10 to 20 mph.

Thursday and Thursday Night (January 30)

An area of low pressure will track east-northeast out of the Upper Midwest and through the Central-Eastern Great Lakes region Tomorrow.  Snow is possible in Southern areas Tomorrow Morning into early Tomorrow Afternoon before ending while it’ll stay dry in Northern Minnesota.  The entire Northland will be dry Thursday Night.

Partly to mostly cloudy skies are forecast this period with highs ranging from around zero to the teens above. Lows Tomorrow Night will be in the single digits, teens, and 20s below.  Northwest winds are expected at 10 to 20 mph.

Extended Forecast – Confidence:  High.

Friday through Sunday (January 31-February 2)

Outside of a few flurries on Saturday this period looks pretty quiet around our area.  Highs on Friday will range from zero to around 10 above.  Highs on Saturday will be in the teens and 20s.  Highs on Sunday will be in the single digits below to single digits above zero.  Lows Friday Night and Saturday Night will range from the single digits below to the 20s below.

Long Range Forecast – Confidence:  High.

(February 3-8)

Below average temperatures and mainly dry weather is forecast through this period.

5 DAY FORECAST FOR DULUTH and SUPERIOR

.Tonight…  Considerable cloudiness.  Flurries or light snow possible toward daybreak.  Low 3 to 8.  Wind south to southwest at 10 to 20 mph with gusts to 30 mph.  Wind becoming north to northwest Overnight at 5 to 15 mph.

.Thursday…  Flurries or light snow possible during the Morning otherwise partly to mostly cloudy.  Snow accumulations less than 1″.  High 10 to 15.  Wind northwest at 10 to 20 mph.

.Thursday Night…  Partly cloudy.  Colder.  Low 12 below to 17 below.  Wind northwest at 10 to 15 mph.

.Friday…  Partly cloudy.  High 2 to 7.

.Friday Night…  Partly cloudy.  Low 10 below to 15 below.

.Saturday…  Partly to mostly cloudy.  High 8 to 13.

.Saturday Night…  Partly cloudy.  Low 10 below to 15 below.

.Sunday…  Partly cloudy.  High 2 to 7.

Normal temperatures for Today

High:  20
Low:    2

Sunrise Thursday:  7:35 AM CST
Sunset Thursday:   5:09 PM CST
Tim

January 28, 2014 – Weather Report. Below average temps into mid February – CPC’s 6-10 day outlook maxed out at 90%; Heat wave Tomorrow (TEENS)

/Issued 3:17 PM CST, January 28, 2014/











*Check this out!  6-10 day temperature forecast valid for February 3-7, 2014.  Percentages can’t go any higher, they are maxed out at 90% in parts of the Dakotas and Minnesota…In other words, expect the cold weather to continue.  The only spots that are forecast to have warmer than average temps in early February is in Northern Alaska and in parts of the Southeast U.S.  (Source, Climate Prediction Center)






















Weather Tidbits for Duluth, Minnesota (Airport location)

*So far this winter (December 1-January 28)  43 nights with a subzero low temperature and 13 days with a subzero high temperature.

*20 nights so far this month with a subzero low temperature and 8 days with a subzero high temperature.

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*WIND CHILL ADVISORY*
Source:  National Weather Service Duluth, Minnesota

A wind chill advisory is in effect for all of Northeast Minnesota and Northwest Wisconsin.

Timing:

Until 9 AM CST Wednesday.

Counties included in the advisory:

Koochiching MN
Itasca MN
Cass MN
Crow Wing MN
Aitkin MN
Pine MN
Carlton MN
St. Louis MN
Lake MN
Cook MN

Douglas WI
Bayfield WI
Ashland WI
Iron WI
Burnett WI
Washburn WI
Sawyer WI
Price WI

Some cities included in the advisory:

International Falls…Grand Rapids…Walker…Brainerd…Aitkin…Hinckley…Cloquet…Duluth…Hibbing…Ely…Crane Lake…Two Harbors…Silver Bay…Grand Marais…Superior…Bayfield…Ashland…Hurley…Siren…Shell Lake…Hayward…and Park Falls.

Wind chill values:

25 below to 40 below.  Under these conditions exposed flesh can experience frost bite within about 10 to 30 minutes.

**A wind chill advisory means that very cold air and wind will combine to generate low wind chills.  This will result in frost bite and lead to hypothermia if precautions are not taken**

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Low temperature report for This Morning, January 28, 2014
Source:  National Weather Service Duluth, Minnesota

Duluth, MN:  -20F
International Falls, MN:  -22F
Brainerd, MN:  -26F
Hibbing, MN:  -21F
Hayward, WI:  -22F
Sky Harbor, MN:  -18F
Two Harbors, MN:  -22F
Silver Bay, MN:  -20F
Grand Marais, MN (Airport)  -24F
Ely, MN:  -26F
Orr, MN:  -24F
Cook, MN:  -26F
Crane Lake, MN:  -27F
Eveleth, MN:  -22F
Bigfork, MN:  -27F
Grand Rapids, MN:  -20F
Longville, MN:  -35F
Pine River, MN:  -26F
Moose Lake, MN:  -26F
Hinckley, MN:  -26F
Cloquet, MN:  -22F
McGregor, MN:  -22F
Superior, WI:  -21F
Siren, WI:  -22F
Phillips, WI:  -24F
Duluth, MN (NWS)  -24F
3 E of Wright, MN:  -27F
Babbitt, MN:  -28F
Brimson, MN:  -33F
Embarrass, MN:  -34F

Today’s Weather Summary for NE Minnesota and NW Wisconsin

Low pressure centers of 996mb and 1012mb were over Hudson Bay and Eastern Alberta with high pressure averaging 1030mb covering the Central Plains and Ohio Valley.  Another day of cold temperatures and gusty winds in the Northland under mostly cloudy to mostly sunny skies.  Highs were in the single digits below to around zero so not as bitter as it was on Monday, but still well below average for late January. Winds were out of the west or southwest at 5 to 15 mph with gusts of 20-30+ mph occurring especially near Lake Superior.  Late Afternoon wind chills were in the teens and 20s below.

Forecast Discussion for NE Minnesota and NW Wisconsin

Short Term Forecast – Confidence:  High.

Tonight (January 28)

Partly to mostly cloudy skies ought to continue with very cold temperatures with lows in the single digits, teens, and 20s below.  Winds will be out of the west at 5 to 15 mph with higher gusts.  Wind chills are forecast to range from 25 below to 40 below.

-Wind chill advisory for the entire area shaded in light blue on this map.  (Source, NWS hazards map)















Wednesday and Wednesday Night (January 29)

Low pressure stays north of border while a warm front and cold front push through the region.  Partly to mostly cloudy skies are expected this period with a few snow showers or flurries possible.  Will finally go above 0 degrees Tomorrow with highs getting into the teens and even some 20s.  Lows Wednesday Night will range from around 10 below in far Northern Minnesota to the teens above zero in Northwest Wisconsin. South or southwest winds Tomorrow will become north/west Tomorrow Night.  Wind speeds will be in the 10 to 25 mph range.  Wind chill values of 25 below to 40 below are expected Tomorrow Morning.

Extended Forecast – Confidence:  High.

Thursday through Saturday (January 30-February 1)

Looks mainly dry through this period.  Highs will be in the single digits with a few spots in the teens on Thursday.  Lows Thursday Night and Friday Night will be in the single digits, teens, and 20s below.

Long Range Forecast – Confidence:  High.

(February 2-7)

Below average temperatures will continue this period with another round of extreme cold possible between the 4th-7th.  Looks generally dry as well.

5 DAY FORECAST FOR DULUTH/SUPERIOR

*WIND CHILL ADVISORY*
Timing:  Until 9 AM CST Wednesday.

.Tonight…  Very cold.  Partly to mostly cloudy.  Breezy.  Low 12 below to 17 below.  Wind west to southwest at 10 to 20 mph with gusts to 30 mph.  Wind chill values as low as 40 below.

.Wednesday…  Milder.  Partly to mostly cloudy.  High 13 to 18.  Wind south to southwest at 10 to 20 mph.

.Wednesday Night…  Mostly cloudy.  Flurries possible.  Low 0 to 5 below.  Wind west to northwest at 10 to 20 mph.

.Thursday…  Partly sunny.  High 10 to 15.

.Thursday Night…  Mostly clear.  Low 12 below to 17 below.

.Friday…  Partly cloudy.  High 0 to 5.

.Friday Night…  Partly cloudy.  Low 7 below to 12 below.

.Saturday…  Partly cloudy.  High 5 to 10.

Normal temperatures for Today

High:  20
Low:    2

Sunrise Wednesday:  7:36 AM CST
Sunset Wednesday:   5:08 PM CST

Tim

January 27, 2014 – Weather Report: ICE AGE! Winter Storm Warnings in North Florida! Life-threatening cold in the Northland Tonight; Winter of 2013-14 (thru Jan 26) is tied for 2nd coldest on record at Duluth, MN.

/Issued 2:55 PM CST, Monday, January 27, 2014/

-No end in sight.  Here’s the temperature outlook for February 4-10, 2014.  Source, NAEFS.

Blue=Colder than average temperatures.

















***Extreme cold with dangerous wind chills continue through Tuesday***

2nd coldest winter season on record so far at Duluth, Minnesota from December 1-January 26, 2013-14.

The average temperature from December 1, 2013 through January 26, 2014:  3.8 degrees which ties for 2nd coldest with December 1, 1917 through January 26, 1918.

3rd coldest winter season on record so far at International Falls, Minnesota from December 1-January 26, 2013-14.

The average temperature from December 1, 2013 through January 26, 2014:  -3.5 degrees which makes this the 3rd coldest winter season on record so far.

***Northland cancellations due to the cold weather.  Source, Duluth News Tribune***

http://www.duluthnewstribune.com/pages/northlandcancellations

Low temperature report for This Morning, January 27, 2014
Source:  National Weather Service Duluth, Minnesota

Duluth, MN:  -21F
International Falls, MN:  -23F
Brainerd, MN:  -16F
Hibbing, MN:  -21F
Ashland, WI:  -15F
Hayward, WI:  -18F
Sky Harbor, MN:  -17F
Two Harbors, MN:  -22F
Silver Bay, MN:  -22F
Grand Marais, MN (Airport)  -26F
Ely, MN:  -26F
Orr, MN:  -26F
Cook, MN:  -24F
Crane Lake, MN:  -26F
Bigfork, MN:  -22F
Grand Rapids, MN:  -22F
Longville, MN:  -24F
Pine River, MN:  -22F
Cloquet, MN:  -20F
Superior, WI:  -19F
Siren, WI:  -23F
Phillips, WI:  -20F
Duluth, MN (NWS)  -23F
12 N of Isle, MN:  -22F
3 E of Wright, MN:  -22F
Cass Lake, MN:  -23F
Brimson, MN:  -31F
Floodwood, MN:  -24F
4 E of Island Lake, MN:  -24F
Kabetogama, MN:  -25F
3 E of Orr, MN:  -25F
Butternut, WI:  -21F
Gurney, WI:  -17F
Upson, WI:  -21F
4 W of Clam Lake, WI:  -22F
Gordon, WI:  -20F

Lowest wind chill values from This Morning, January 27, 2014
Source:  National Weather Service Duluth, Minnesota

Grand Marais, MN (Airport)  -55F
1 SW of Cloquet, MN:  -51F
1 NNE of Hermantown, MN:  -51F
Duluth, MN:  -50F
Grand Rapids, MN:  -49F
Cloquet, MN:  -48F
Cook, MN:  -47F
International Falls, MN:  -47F
Ely, MN:  -47F
Longville, MN:  -46F
Northome, MN:  -45F
Cass Lake, MN:  -45F
Two Harbors, MN:  -43F
Silver Bay, MN:  -42F
Bruno, MN:  -42F
Moose Lake, MN:  -41F
Siren, WI:  -41F
Superior, WI:  -40F
Brainerd, MN:  -40F
Hinckley, MN:  -40F

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*WIND CHILL WARNING*
Source:  National Weather Service Duluth, Minnesota

A wind chill warning remains in effect for all of Northeast Minnesota and Northwest Wisconsin.

Timing:

Until Noon CST Tuesday.

Counties included in the warning:

Koochiching MN
Itasca MN
Cass MN
Crow Wing MN
Aitkin MN
Pine MN
Carlton MN
St. Louis MN
Lake MN
Cook MN

Douglas WI
Bayfield WI
Ashland WI
Iron WI
Burnett WI
Washburn WI
Sawyer WI
Price WI

Some cities included in the warning:

International Falls…Grand Rapids…Walker…Brainerd…Aitkin…Hinckley…Cloquet…Duluth…Hibbing…Ely…Crane Lake…Two Harbors…Silver Bay…Grand Marais…Superior…Bayfield…Ashland…Hurley…Siren…Spooner…Hayward…and Park Falls.

Wind chill values:

30 below to 45 below This Evening and 40 below to 55 below late This Evening and Overnight with only gradual improvement expected Tuesday Morning.  Under these conditions exposed flesh can experience frost bite in less than 10 minutes.

**A wind chill warning means the combination of very cold air and strong winds will create dangerously low wind chill values.  This will result in frost bite and lead to hypothermia or death if precautions are not taken**

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Today’s Weather Summary for NE Minnesota and NW Wisconsin

A ridge of arctic high pressure averaging 1034mb stretches from Eastern Alberta southeast to the Central Plains.  A bitterly cold airmass covered the Northland Today to the east of this high pressure system.  Highs were in the single digits and teens below zero with winds out of the northwest or west at 5 to 15 mph with higher gusts.  Late Afternoon wind chills were in the 20s and 30s below.

Forecast Discussion for NE Minnesota and NW Wisconsin

Short Term Forecast – Confidence:  High.

Tonight through Tuesday Night (January 27-28)

Mostly clear Tonight, partly to mostly cloudy Tomorrow and Tomorrow Night.  More dangerously cold temperatures and life-threatening wind chills from Tonight through Tuesday AM.

Lows Tonight will be in teens, 20s, and 30s below with lows Tomorrow Night in the teens and 20s below.  Highs on Tuesday will be in the single digits below to single digits above zero range.  West or northwest winds are expected through Tomorrow Night at 5 to 15 mph with higher gusts.

-The entire Northland remains in a wind chill warning through Noon Tuesday.

-Ice age!  Winter storm warnings (black outline area on the map) extend from Southeast Texas to Northern Florida to Southeast Virginia!




Extended Forecast – Confidence:  High.

Wednesday through Friday (January 29-31)

Low pressure passes north of our area from Wednesday into Thursday.  A cold front attached to this low sweeps through the Northland Wednesday Night with flurries or snow showers possible as that front comes through.  Otherwise this period looks relatively dry.

Warmer air moves in on Wednesday with highs getting into the teens and possibly even a few lower 20s. Highs on Thursday and Friday will be in the single digits below to single digits above zero range.  Lows Wednesday Night will range from around 10 below to 10 above.  Lows Thursday Night will be in the single digits, teens, and 20s below.

Long Range Forecast – Confidence:  High.

(February 1-6)

No big storms and still cold…That pretty much sums up the weather from 1FEB-6FEB.

5 DAY FORECAST FOR DULUTH/SUPERIOR

*WIND CHILL WARNING until Noon CST Tuesday*

.Tonight…  Bitterly cold with dangerous wind chills.  Clear.  Low 19 below to 24 below.  Wind west to northwest at 10 to 20 mph.  Wind chill values 40 below to 55 below.

.Tuesday…  Very cold.  Partly to mostly cloudy.  High 3 below to 2 above.  Wind west to northwest at 10 to 20 mph.  Dangerous wind chill values of 40 below to 55 below through Noon.

.Tuesday Night…  Frigid.  Partly cloudy.  Low 15 below to 20 below.  Wind west at 5 to 15 mph.

.Wednesday…  ‘Warming up’  Partly to mostly cloudy.  High 13 to 18.

.Wednesday Night…  Mostly cloudy.  Flurries possible.  Low 0 to 5 below.

.Thursday…  Partly to mostly cloudy.  High 0 to 5.

.Thursday Night…  Mostly clear.  Low 12 below to 17 below.

.Friday…  Partly cloudy.  High 0 to 5.

Normal temperatures for Tomorrow

High:  20
Low:    2

Sunrise Tuesday:  7:37 AM CST
Sunset Tuesday:   5:06 PM CST
Tim