After chilly Monday, warm front will make it mild by Tuesday
An Alberta Clipper brought a trace to four inches of snow over the weekend. Now, we are caught in between lows so Monday night will be cloudy but dry. Tuesday should come up mostly sunny for a few hours as we stay between lows. The next low on our western horizon is leading with a warm front and that along with a southerly wind will make Tuesday and Wednesday fairly mild with highs near 40. Come Wednesday, the low will make it cloudy again. By Thursday, it will cool down again.
The sky will be cloudy initially as that warm front approaches. That will bump up Monday night temperatures a good 10 degrees warmer than they were Monday morning. The lows will run 10-17 inland and 17-22 by Lake Superior. The wind will be W 5-10 mph.
It will be mostly sunny on Tuesday not really because of any high pressure system. The clearing will come from being between low pressure systems. The afternoon high will be 38-43 degrees. The wind will be S 5-15 mph.
The heart of the low will bring back the clouds on Wednesday. It should be mostly cloudy and still mild. The morning low will be near 30. The high will hit 38. The wind will be SW 5-15 mph.
The low will likely pass without bringing us any precip which is unusual for such a system. Cold air will charge in behind the departing low on Thanksgiving Thursday. The low then will drop to 10 and the high will hit 21 under a partly cloudy sky. Friday may be chilly, too, but more moderate temperatures will come to town Saturday to Monday. That period should be partly sunny and dry with lows near 20 and highs around 34.
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