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As of September 28, 2022, the National Weather Service in Duluth, MN will be officially ending frost/freeze advisories and warnings for Fall 2022. What does this mean? When temperatures are forecast to drop near or below freezing, we will not issue Frost Advisories or Freeze Warnings. Why are Frost Advisories and Freeze Warnings ending? The widespread freeze that occurred on September 28 has effectively ended the growing season across the Northland. A few areas, mainly next to Lake Superior, have not seen freezing temperatures and the growing season may continue a little while longer. Keep up with the latest forecast at weather.gov/dlh or weather.gov/forecastpoints.
Tonight will see partly to mostly cloudy skies with some spotty showers and sprinkles with an approaching warm front. Showers linger for Saturday before trending drier for Sunday and Monday. Highs this weekend will be in the 50s and 60s with some low 70s possible by Monday.
The NOAA Weather Radio station in Finland, MN and Orr, MN are currently offline until further notice. Technicians and TELCO are currently working to resolve these outages. Alternate stations include Ely, Virginia, Littlefork, Grand Maris, and Duluth. We apologize for any inconvenience these outages have caused.