Not a whole lot going on when it comes to the weather in the Northland.
Will have frequent temperature swings through much of next week, with brief warm-ups followed by brief shots of colder air, but no prolonged stretches of warmth or arctic air through next week the way it looks now. Note: Normal highs this time of year are generally in the lower to middle 30s, with normal lows in the middle teens to lower 20s.
No big snow or rain events impacting the Northland at least through the middle of next week, in fact the only real shot for a dusting of snow will come on Sunday, and that doesn’t look like much at all, maybe a half inch of snow for some of us but that should be about it.
Here’s the setup for Sunday, a few areas of low pressure, one off to our east, the other to our north while a cold front moves SE through the area, this will be followed by a brief shot of cold/arctic air as strong high pressure builds SE out of southern Saskatchewan early next week.
Light snow spreads NW-SE across the Northland on Sunday with snow lasting for roughly 1 to 3 hours in any given location.
For Duluth and Superior: Some snow is possible on Sunday from ~ 9 AM to Noon.
12z European model simulated radar forecast valid 6 AM Sunday to 6 PM Sunday.
Snow in blue colors.
High Temperature Forecast for northeast Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin — Slightly warmer Friday and Saturday, turning colder Sunday and Monday followed by a bit of a warm-up again toward the middle of next week.
Friday 11/19: Mid to upper 30s
Saturday 11/20: Mid 30s to lower 40s
Sunday 11/21: Mid 20s to mid 30s
Monday 11/22: Low to upper 20s
Tuesday 11/23: Low to mid 30s
Wednesday 11/24: Low to upper 30s