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Late Week Thaw: 40s Possible First Few Days of February

Paul Douglas on Weather Logo Last winter at this time we were facing double-digit negative numbers. Exactly 1 year later: 30s and even a few 40s (above zero). Sure, it'll cool off next week, but no polar vortexes stalling nearby, no day after day or week after week of forbidding temperatures. My hunch: winter snowfall will wind ...

Afternoon forecast: 23, clouds, possibility of flurries

Jan 28, 10:54am

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Late Week Thaw: 40s Possible First Few Days of February

Late Week Thaw: 40s Possible First Few Days of February

Last winter at this time we were facing double-digit negative numbers. Exactly 1 year later: 30s and even a few 40s (above zero). Sure, it'll cool off next week, but no polar vortexes stalling nearby, no day after day or week after week of forbidding temperatures. My hunch: winter snowfall will wind up above average (54") but we won't see the extent of bitter cold we did last winter. That may be more prayer than prediction...
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Duluth-Superior area forecast for Jan. 28

Duluth-Superior area forecast for Jan. 28

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Another Cloudy January Day Monday - A Look At The Spring Flood Outlook

I'm starting to feel like a broken record! Monday will be another cloudy day with highs about 5-10F degrees above average. Meanwhile, NWS offices have released their early Spring Flood Outlooks - what do they show? Click for details. - D.J. Kayser
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