International Falls, MN Marine Weather and Tide Forecast

Marine Weather and Tide Forecast for International Falls, MN

December 10, 2023 8:24 AM CST (14:24 UTC)
Sunrise 7:46AM   Sunset 4:22PM   Moonrise  5:25AM   Moonset 2:29PM 

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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Duluth MN 604 AM CST Sun Dec 10 2023


- Seasonal temperatures the next few days, then warmer again late this week.

- Snow showers and flurries today.

- Gusty winds return Monday and Tuesday.

Issued at 505 AM CST Sun Dec 10 2023

Today through Monday morning...

Northwest winds will persist across the region today. Stratus will be the norm with intermittent flurries. Highs today will be near normal, in the low and middle 20s. Little additional snow accumulation is expected. Lows tonight will dip into the teens and single digits. Snow showers and flurries should come to an end. Relatively quiet conditions are expected Monday morning.
The sun may make a brief appearance before clouds return during the afternoon.

Monday afternoon through early Wednesday Morning...

Another fast moving area of low pressure will propagate southeastward across northern Ontario Monday night and Tuesday.
The surface pressure gradient will tighten Monday which will result in strong southwest winds initially. A cold front will accompany the system and should move into northwest and north- central Minnesota during the late morning and afternoon hours.
Flurries and snow showers are expected to accompany and trail behind the front Monday afternoon through Tuesday. Areas close to the Canadian border may see minor snow accumulations of less than an inch, while the remainder of the Northland experiences flurries and an occasional light snow shower. Temperatures will climb into the upper 20s to middle 30s ahead of the front. Winds will turn northwest behind the boundary with wind gusts of 20 to 35 mph expected. Winds will be strongest Tuesday afternoon and Tuesday evening. Gusts of 35 to 45 mph are possible along the North Shore with gusts of 25 to 35 mph possible elsewhere across the Northland.

Cold air advection and cyclonic flow aloft will keep the potential for flurries and light snow showers in the picture Tuesday through the pre-dawn hours of Wednesday.

Wednesday morning through next Sunday...

Westerly winds aloft will usher in a surge of warmer air aloft.
Temperatures Wednesday will surge several degrees warmer with highs in the upper 20s to middle 30s. Thursday is shaping up even warmer with much above normal temperatures in the 40s expected. Strong and gusty winds are forecast Wednesday night and Thursday.

A weak cool front will advance east across the region Thursday night and Friday. Temperatures will remain above normal for Friday and Saturday. There may be a few sprinkles or flurries in the wake of the front Friday. Warm air advection returns for Saturday with dry conditions. A cool front may move over the Northland next Sunday with a chance of rain and snow showers.
Cooler temperatures return for the second half of next weekend.

Issued at 604 AM CST Sun Dec 10 2023

MVFR ceilings will persist through much of the forecast period.
Light snow showers and flurries are expected off and on into this evening. Winds will gradually back southwesterly by Monday morning.

Issued at 505 AM CST Sun Dec 10 2023

Gusty northwest winds will persist over western Lake Superior this morning and will gradually weaken by this afternoon. Gale Warnings were replaced with Small Craft Advisories. All headlines expire at 10 AM CST. Quieter conditions will be relatively short-lived. Another area of low pressure will dive southeastward across northern Ontario Monday night and Tuesday.
The pressure gradient will tighten on Monday with strong west winds developing. Winds will turn northwesterly in the wake of a cold front and will strengthen further. Gale-force gusts of 40 to 45 knots appear increasingly likely for portions of the waters Tuesday into Tuesday evening.

Active weather with hazardous wind and waves will likely persist into late next week.

MARINE...Small Craft Advisory until 10 AM CST this morning for LSZ121- 140>148-150.

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KINL FALLS INTLEINARSON FIELD,MN 1 sm30 minW 0310 sm--21°F18°F86%30.02

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