It looks like we are going out of 2020 on a mild note.

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The National Weather Service of Duluth has released their weather outlook through Christmas. They shared this information on their Facebook page Thursday (November 10th). To be honest, it looks like there isn't much happening as we round out the end of the year.

So what does their outlook include? Overall, it looks like we will see temperatures remaining above normal for the most part. On top of that, we can also expect above normal precipitation.

It is important to note this is an eight to fourteen day outlook, which will take the city of Duluth through Christmas. It should also be noted that it doesn't look like we will see a big snowstorm before Christmas, which is obvious by looking at this outlook. The NWS of Duluth answered a comment on their post, which stated we have about a ten-percent chance of that happening.

However, that doesn't mean we won't see a white Christmas! Earlier in the week, the National Weather Service of Duluth predicted a ninety-one to one-hundred percent chance we see one this year. However, that just means we will see a snow depth of at least one inch. I guess any snow is better than nothing!

We will eventually feel like winter in the Twin Ports so soak in the mild conditions while you can! Why? Because we are expecting a La Niña winter, which means we can expect more snow than usual and more frequent cold snaps.

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