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Monday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Clouds move in; rain possible

Published 10/22/2012, Northland's NewsCenter

The polar jet stream is a fast-moving “river” of air about 30,000 feet up. It forms where cool and warm air masses clash and can be called a “border” between the two.

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