It may still be relatively early in the year but the National Weather Service of Dululth is looking ahead.

The National Weather Service of Duluth released their outlook for temperatures for the rest of the month in the area. They shared this via tweet on Friday (March 19).

According to their post, 2021 has been a bit unusual in terms of temperature in the Duluth area. They state that we haven't seen normal temperatures for each time of year. We have either seen above normal temperatures, like in the beginning of the year, or below average, like during our cold snap in February.

The graphic, and corresponding caption, shows that we can expect above-average temperatures for the Duluth area. This is good news, considering anything can happen in March. In fact, it wouldn't be unusual to see another cold snap or a big snowstorm this time of year.

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It has been a relatively mild March. Earlier in the month, we saw record-breaking temperatures. At one point, several areas in the Northland, including Duluth, broke record daily highs with temperatures making it into the 50s.

By the way, if you are interested in the weather and topics like this, you can become a weather spotter! The National Weather Service of Duluth will be hosting free weather spotter training courses in April. They are completely free and there will be a handful of dates you can choose from to attend.

Fingers crossed that this means winter is done in the Northland for good - at least for a few months.

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