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Quiet start to Thanksgiving week weather

Cold front sweeping through the area on Wednesday will result in much cooler temps for Thanksgiving.

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National Wwather Service, Duluth MN

This week is expected to start off relatively quiet. Skies today will be partly to mostly cloudy with high temps in the 20s.

Warmer weather arrives tomorrow as high pressure builds. Highs will range from the mid 30s to low 40s. This warmup will be short-lived though as a cold front crosses the area on Wednesday.

This will lead to a wide variation in high temps. Far north-central MN will see the coldest highs on Wednesday with temps in the low 30s. Northwest Wisconsin will continue to hold onto the warmer temps, with highs in the low to mid 40s.

This cold front sweeping through the area on Wednesday will result in much cooler temps for Thanksgiving. Lake-effect snow will be possible along the South Shore of Lake Superior starting Wednesday night and continuing into Thursday morning. This may lead to minor travel impacts.

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