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Duluth

Scattered Clouds
60°
64° | 60°
Scattered Clouds
  • Considerable cloudiness with occasional rain showers. Low around 60F. Winds ENE at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 60%.

  • Feels like: 60° F
  • Wind: E 7mph
  • Humidity: 83%
  • Dewpoint: 55° F
  • Pressure: 29.98"
  • Sky: Scattered Clouds
  • Ceiling: Unl
  • Visibility: 10
  • Thu
    64° | 60°
    Showers possible
    Showers
  • Fri
    64° | 59°
    Showers, maybe a rumble of thunder
    Thundershowers
  • Sat
    66° | 57°
    Clouds giving way to sun
    AM Clouds/PM Sun
  • Sun
    73° | 64°
    Thunderstorms
    Thunderstorms
  • Mon
    73° | 58°
    Thunderstorms
    Thunderstorms
  • Tue
    73° | 57°
    Plenty of sun
    Mostly Sunny
  • Wed
    74° | 58°
    Showers possible in the afternoon
    PM Showers
  • 11:00 PM
    61°
    Mostly Cloudy
    M Cloudy
  • 1:00 AM
    61°
    Cloudy
    Cloudy
  • 3:00 AM
    62°
    Showers
    Showers
  • 5:00 AM
    61°
    Showers
    Showers
  • 7:00 AM
    61°
    Light Rain
    Light Rain
  • 9:00 AM
    62°
    Rain
    Rain
  • 11:00 AM
    62°
    Thunderstorms
    T-Storms

StormTeam Weather Summary

  • Justin Liles, Chief Meteorologist Justin Liles' Weather Forecast

    Rainfall will move into the area tonight and continue into Friday. Isolated thunderstorms are possible. The rain is expected to mainly affect Central Minnesota and Northwest Wisconsin, with rainfall amounts of over an inch possible for parts of Northwest Wisconsin. Temperatures will remain mild, ranging from the mid 50s north to the low 60s south. Friday will be cool as well with rain ending from west to east. Highs will be in the upper 60s near lake Superior, with low to mid 70s elsewhere.  Read More




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Photo Gallery

  • August 24 Storm on Lake Vermilion Gallery: Summertime 2014

    It is summer in the Northland... sunny skies, thunderstorms, days spent at the beach or on the golf course. Eyewitness News is sharing pictures taken by viewers from across the Northland. Send your pictures to weather@wdio.com.

  • The WDIO team getting ready to tee off Tee Up Fore Kids - Boys & Girls Club Gallery

    What a great day for golfing? At least it's for a good cause.  WDIO/WIRT participated in the  Boys & Girls Club of the Northland's Tee Up Fore Kids Golf Classic at Ridgeview Country Club. We have included photos from the event on an foggy August 18.

  • Trees down near St. Marys Lake near Eveleth July Storms Cause Damage in Multiple Areas

    Storms moved across the region during the evening of July 21 and early morning July 22 knocking out power, flipping boat lifts and blowing down trees.  WDIO is sharing pictures from viewers of the wide spread damage.

  • Storms over Duluth Wild Weekend for Storms, June 27-29

    It was a great weekend for cloud watching, if you could dodge the raindrops or watch from afar. On and off again storms blew across the Northland since Friday, June 27. Viewers sent photos of clouds, hail and rain.

  • At the Start of Grandma's Marathon 2014 Gallery: Grandma's Marathon 2014

    From Thursday evening through Saturday night, activities surrounding the 38th running of Grandma's Marathon is going on. WDIO.com has put together a Photo Gallery of the sites and fun of Grandma's weekend. We will update the gallery throughout the weekend.

  • Docks under water at Thunderbird Lodge Gallery: Flooding Around Int'l Falls June, 2014

    Heavy rains have caused flooding in and round International Falls. Area roads have been closed, volunteers continue sandbagging to save homes and businesses. Here are photos from viewers of the flooding in the surrounding communities.


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