Another cold morning at the end of the Gunflint Trail and from what the forecast looks like we’ll be experiencing a few more.
Sunday’s weather for Duluth and the Northland: Cold in MN, snowy in WI
Today will be mostly sunny with a high of -6 and low of -22.
By: Dave Anderson, Northland’s NewsCenter
Last night, a cold front spelled the end of our short-lived warmup. This morning, Minnesota low temps will run from -30 north to -10 by Lake Superior. Wisconsin temps will be near 0.
The cold front is being driven southward by a big push of arctic air and will last much of the week ahead.
Today, the arctic high pressure cell will continue to build in so the sky will be clear for most towns. The exception will be the South Shore snow belt where lake effect snow could continue due to northwest winds. Folks there should see another 3-6″ of snow. Minnesota “highs” Sunday afternoon will range from -12 to -5. Wisconsin highs may top out around +2.
For Monday, there will be no relief from the cold. Morning lows will be around -22 with a clear sky to follow along with fairly calm winds. Highs will make it to -1.
Tuesday will be sunny and cold again with a low of -22 and a high of -6. By next Friday, though, we may finally get high temps back into the double digits above zero.
Monday: Mostly sunny with high -1 and low -23
Tuesday: Mostly sunny with high -6 and low -25
Wednesday: Mostly sunny with high -1 and low -20
Thursday: Partly cloudy with high 1 and low -15