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Thursday April 18, 2019: Morning Forecast

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Friday April 5, 2019: Morning Forecast

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Friday March 2, 2018: Evening Forecast

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Tuesday February 27, 2018: Evening Forecast

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Thursday January 18, 2018: Evening Forecast

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Re-Icing Likely Tonight as Road Temperatures Drop After Sunset & Wintry Mix Persists

Winter Weather Advisory in Effect Tonight

High temperatures today were again above freezing in the mid and upper 30’s. We saw mainly light rain falling in waves across the Northland.  The fog has returned and is reducing visibilites once again. Tonight as the sun sets we will see temperatures falling again to just around the freezing mark. This will likely put road surface temperatures below freezing…