Flood Warning covers much of Minnesota while the U.P. goes on Fire Watch
Over the last few days, heavy rain fell in Minnesota, moderate rain fell over Wisconsin and precious little rain fell in the U.P. So, much of Minnesota faces a Flood Warning in effect as long as needed to make the waters go down. That may take until next Tuesday or Wednesday for some towns up north! Conversely, the Upper Peninsula faces a Near Critical Fire Danger until the next round of rain comes around. There’s a slight 30% chance for showers on Saturday afternoon. A better chance may start next Wednesday.
FRIDAY NIGHT AND SATURDAY MORNING:
The sky will be clear to partly cloudy. The overnight low temperatures will be within a range of 45-52 degrees. The wind will be SW 5-15 mph for all zones.
A low lurking up north might spin its southern flank into our region Saturday afternoon and that could trigger a 30% chance for rain showers region-wide. The afternoon high temperatures will be 63-68 by Lake Superior. Inland, they will run 68-78. The wind will be SW 5-15 mph.
The sky will be mostly sunny and rain showers chances should be put away for a while. The morning low temperature will be near 45. The afternoon high will head for 65. The wind will be W 10-20 mph.
Monday will be mostly sunny with low 43 and high 55. Tuesday will be mostly sunny with low 37 and high 60. Wednesday will be showery with low 40 and high 62. Thursday will be showery with low of 45 and high 63. Next Friday will be rainy with low 45 and high 58.
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