Temperatures in the single digits and teens tonight; 50s Friday, 60s Saturday

Will remain on the cold side of our temperature roller coaster tonight, but things will change starting on Thursday, but more so by Friday and Saturday as much warmer temperatures return to the Northland.

  • Lows in the single digits and teens are likely once again in the Northland tonight (similar to last night)
  • Highs get back to normal on Thursday with highs in the mid 30s to mid 40s.
  • After Thursday it looks like temperatures will generally be above normal in Duluth through next week, although lake breezes are likely at times which will keep temps a lot cooler for lakeside locations.

…Low Temperature Reports from Wednesday morning, March 31, 2021…

Source: https://www.weather.gov/dlh/

  • Margie, MN: 6 F
  • Northome, MN: 7 F
  • Isabella, MN: 8 F
  • Littlefork, MN: 8 F
  • Effie, MN: 9 F
  • Grand Marais Airport: 9 F
  • Cook, MN: 9 F
  • Bigfork, MN: 9 F
  • Chisholm-Hibbing Airport: 9 F
  • International Falls, MN: 9 F
  • Crane Lake, MN: 10 F
  • Ely, MN: 10 F
  • Hermantown, MN: 11 F
  • Grand Rapids, MN: 11 F
  • Saginaw, MN: 12 F
  • Walker, MN: 12 F
  • Hill City, MN: 12 F
  • Cloquet, MN: 12 F
  • Duluth Airport: 12 F
  • Two Harbors, MN: 12 F
  • Breezy Point, MN: 13 F
  • Esko, MN: 14 F
  • Washburn, WI: 14 F
  • Barnes, WI: 15 F
  • South Range, WI: 15 F
  • Glidden, WI: 15 F
  • Superior Airport: 15 F
  • Duluth Harbor: 16 F
  • Solon Springs, WI: 16 F
  • Minong, WI: 16 F
  • Bayfield, WI: 17 F
  • Ashland, WI: 17 F
  • Siren, WI: 18 F
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It’s a dry pattern across the Northland through this weekend, but a wetter pattern could return for next week.

…Fire Weather…

Critical (red) and Elevated (orange) fire weather conditions are expected across much of the Northern Plains and spilling into western Minnesota for Thursday.

Flooding risks in parts of Maine, accumulating snow in parts of New York, frost/freeze concerns for parts of the Midwest and Southeast U.S., to dangerous fire weather conditions across the Northern Plains.

Tim

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