Tracking more rounds of severe weather
DULUTH, MN. (CBS 3 Duluth) -
Today: We start our Wednesday dry and sunny! Clouds generally increase through the day Wednesday, giving way to mostly cloudy skies as we head towards the evening. Daytime high temperatures climb into the 50s and 60s closer to the lake, with the 70s further inland. Some in the southern portion of the region may get above 80! as we head into the evening hours, we will be tracking another round of showers and strong to severe storms. The main threats with these storms will be large hail and damaging winds. These storms will develop in southwestern Minnesota and move northeast. They make their way into Twin-Ports late Wednesday night into the early AM hours of Thursday.
Thursday: Most showers and storms should wrap up as we head towards morning commute hour for our Thursday, and most should spend most of the day Thursday dry. However, there is a shot of some pop-up showers and storms throughout the day. Temperatures are cooler up the North Shore thanks to a southeast wind now in place. As we head towards Tuesday evening, that is when our next severe weather threat arrives. Storms will develop in western Minnesota in the afternoon and move northeast into the evening hours. Once again, large hail and damaging winds are the main threat; however, an isolated tornado can not be ruled out.
Friday: We clear things out for Friday. High pressure takes control, and temperatures warm up into the 70s for most, thanks to a WSW wind in place between 10-15 MPH.
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