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The Weather in Duluth
You can see our climate diagram above. July is the warmest month in Duluth with average maximum temperatures of 78°. However, temperatures can go lower than 5° in Duluth in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is July.
Soak in the splendor of the Great Lakes from a vacation home in Duluth
Besides being on the lake, in Duluth, you’ll also be in the heart of the Northwoods. No matter where you stay, you'll be close to the pure magic of Mother Nature. Shack up in a warm cabin with a cozy fireplace, or vacation in style at a cliffside villa equipped with modern amenities. If you prefer to feel the heartbeat of the city, base yourself near the university district or downtown in a historic century building – the choices are endless.
Being located right at the edge of one of the largest freshwater lakes on Earth has its benefits, including prime access to the freshest catch of the day, every single day.
For lunch, stop at the beloved Northern Waters Smokehaus, where you'll find superior smoked fish that you won't find anywhere else, along with sandwiches fitting the same bill. No boring deli meats or lunchbox sandwiches in this place!
Cross the bridge over to the town of Superior, Wisconsin, to browse the impressive selection of fish at the Lake Superior Fish Company wholesale market. Here you'll find top-quality fresh and frozen fish from local waters, including famous and always delicious walleye.
Living and breathing the Great Lakes
For hundreds of years, Lake Superior has been a source of livelihood for people in the area. The city’s major attractions, such as its symbolic lift bridge, the Great Lakes Aquarium, the lighthouses as well as the piers all emphasize the importance of the lake. The busy Canal Park area in the center is full of restaurants and entertainment, including Grandma's Saloon & Grill, which sponsors an annual marathon along the North Shore.
Snowy slopes and icy beauty
Sitting so far "up north," as Minnesotans say, does involve a lot of snow and chilly temperatures. Make the most of it by hitting the slopes at nearby Spirit Mountain, or the larger Lutsen Mountains located a short way up the shore.
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