Calm tonight but storms will return for Wednesday and Thursday
After strong but not quite severe storms Monday night, Tuesday night will be downright peaceful with high air pressure bringing a partly cloudy sky. The high may make much of Wednesday calm and sunny but a new low brewing to our southwest will likely change that stance by late afternoon. The chance for potentially strong or severe showers and storms will be 60-70% for Wednesday night and much of Thursday. Calmer conditions will prevail by Friday. Temperatures the next couple of days will be wild with swings from the 50′s lakeside to the upper 70′s inland. But, the warm spots will fall towards the cooler zones once we get into the weekend.
The sky will be partly cloudy. The low temperatures will go 40-46 in Minnesota. They will go 44-48 for Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula. The wind will be WNW 5-10 in MN and NNE 5-10 for WI and MI.
The sky will start mostly sunny in the morning but clouds will increase in the afternoon. Thunderstorms may begin in the late afternoon. Some could become severe. Have a shelter plan ready ahead of time. High temps will be 50-60 by Lake Superior. Inland temps will be70-80. The wind will be E 5-15 mph.
The sky will be partly sunny and there will be a 60% chance for more strong thunderstorms with heavy rain. By the time the system leaves early Friday morning, we could have at least a half inch to full inch in our rain gauges. Morning low will be 48. The high will be 70. The wind will be SE 10-20 mph.
Friday will be mostly sunny with low 55 and high 72. Saturday will be partly sunny with low 50 and high 67. Sunday will be partly cloudy with low 45 and high 60. Monday will be mostly sunny with low of 40 and high 60. Next Tuesday will be mostly sunny with low 38 and high 60.
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