Month: November 2020

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Long range forecast for December 2020, and a look at past December snowfall totals and average temps at Duluth, Minnesota (2000-2019)

-The forecast for December 2020 calls for above normal temps and below normal precipitation across northeast Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin. -The latest CFS outlook for December shows average monthly temperatures finishing around 4 to 5 degrees C above normal across the Northland, so although the month overall is expected to feature above normal temps, there […]

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Dry week ahead; cool start to the week, warming up late in the week (40s?)

A generally quiet weather pattern continues across the Northland this week and probably into next week as well, although there are some signs showing up in model guidance that the pattern will start to turn a little more active around here starting around mid-December, but that is still a ways down the road, and whether […]

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Mild temps through the weekend; few snow showers/patchy freezing drizzle possible Thursday morning

The pattern ahead looks pretty uneventful across the Northland, but we will have a few cold fronts/troughs pass through the area on occasion, with a chance for a few flurries/light snow showers, and possibly a little freezing drizzle, but no signs of any significant snow event impacting our area through the next 2 weeks. Timing […]

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A foggy night ahead with patchy freezing drizzle also possible

Widespread fog will be found across northeast Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin tonight with visibilities as low as a mile or less. Fog is expected to burn off in most of the area after 8 AM Wednesday, but whether or not the clouds break up on Wednesday remains to be seen. Visibility forecast thru 9 AM […]

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Some snow, mixed precip and areas of fog on the way for Tuesday

Snowfall totals of around an inch are expected on Tuesday for most of northeast and east-central Minnesota, with trace to 1″ amounts for northwest Wisconsin. Note: Higher snowfall totals of 2 to 4 inches are possible along the North Shore due to some lake/orographic enhanced snowfall as winds will be coming off Lake Superior (east-southeast) […]

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