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Northland Outdoors Forecast: A quiet but cold weekend

Snow Friday will be followed by some chilly temperatures

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Friday brings in light snow and windy conditions through areas of North Dakota and Minnesota, with blowing snow at times. After that, cold air settles back in to our region.

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Going into Saturday the day starts off cold in the single digits, then struggle to warm up much with lots of areas in the teens and 20s.

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Saturday Temperatures
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Saturday will also see the wind back down quite a bit, with mostly sunny skies save a few clouds up north.

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Saturday Wind
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Saturday Precip
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Sunday continues the quiet conditions with temperatures not warming up too much. Conditions stay dry with more partly cloudy to mostly sunny conditions to end the weekend.

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Sunday Conditions
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