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Northland Outdoors Forecast: New Year's Weekend

A quiet, mild, holiday weekend is setting up for most of the region.

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The holiday weekend will be a quiet one with seasonable temperatures, light wind, and mostly cloudy skies. To start off the weekend, here's Friday's forecast:

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Friday forecast
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Saturday will bring a few more clouds, but temperatures will stay seasonably warm in the 20s and 30s.

Saturday
Saturday Forecast
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The wind will not be a problem this weekend. Here's a glance at what the wind will look like Saturday afternoon.

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Minimal Wind this Weekend
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The wind will stay calm through Sunday, with another nice day in the forecast. However, the next chance of snow will start to move into the region late Sunday afternoon.

Sunday
Sunday Forecast
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Late on Sunday, the next system will begin to creep into the region from the south. Still ironing out the exact details, but we are watching for winter storm impacts on Monday. Knowing many have Monday off of work due to New Year's Day, this may come a concern. Stay tuned to the StormTRACKER team for updates.

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Early Monday Futurecast
Early Monday Futurecast
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