Duluth MN Weather – Winter Storm Warning Issued

Duluth is under a Winter Storm Warning
Duluth is under a Winter Storm Warning

Duluth is under a Winter Storm Warning
Duluth is under a Winter Storm Warning
DULUTH – WEATHER – The National Weather Service in Duluth states that “A strong spring storm will bring rain and snow to the Northland today.

“An area of low pressure near Iowa this morning will lift into central Wisconsin by this afternoon. Rain will lift north into the Northland this morning and transition to snow over much of the Northland, especially across central to northeast Minnesota, and into parts of far northwest Wisconsin. Much of the snow will fall this morning, but there will be lingering snow through this evening.

A gusty north to northeast wind flow will combine with the snow and result in low visibility at times, especially closer to Lake Superior because of the strong flow from the Lake.

Motorists should be prepared for a difficult morning commute.

Thunder Bay Ontario Weather

Environment Canada is calling for rain or the possibility of snow for Thunder Bay on May 1st 2017.

Current conditions are for clouds with rain or snow beginning early this morning. Winds are northeast 30 km/h gusting to 50 km/h. Thee temperature will fall to plus 3 this morning then remain steady.

For tonight, the weather service is calling for rain or snow changing to periods of snow this evening and ending overnight then remaining cloudy. The local snowfall accumulations should be about 2 cm. Winds will be from the northeast at 30 km/h gusting to 50 km/h. The overnight low will be plus 1.

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