DULUTH - Believe it or not, right now, most of the Northland is under a severe drought, and weather officials say it's not about to get better too soon as December gets ready to roar in with temperatures feeling more like spring.
"It's going to get very warm. Our normal high for this time of year is in the mid to upper 20s, and by Sunday and Monday, we're going to see those temps into the 40s," said Carol Christenson, with the National Weather Service in Duluth.
And with that warmer-than-usual air, that surely means whatever precipitation does fall during that time surely won't be snow.
The Weather Service says Duluth has seen about 10 inches of snow for November, which is about three inches below normal.