Patchy frost possible again tonight; Quiet week ahead
TONIGHT: Another cool night is predicted for the Northland as northwest winds continue to bring the cooler air, but by midnight the winds will change direction as a strong high pressure moves across Minnesota and Wisconsin. This will change the wind direction from the northwest to the southwest bringing in warmer climate. Unfortunately, it won’t be enough to prevent frost from developing. NWS has extended and expanded the Frost Advisory to include all of the Northland until Monday morning at 8:00 A.M. There’s also again a small chance for an overnight isolated shower, but it’ll be partly cloudy overall. Lows will fall to the upper 30s.
MONDAY: High pressure will stay around through Monday to keep the sky clear and temperatures nice. Highs will be slightly warmer in the upper 50s and lower 60s. Winds will be from the southwest between 5-10 mph. Monday will consist of mostly sunny skies, but by the mid to late afternoon clouds will increase eventually becoming mostly cloudy overnight. Lows will fall to the mid 40s, so no frost advisory is expected. High pressure will stick around through Tuesday keeping things quiet and calm.
TUESDAY: Another day of mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies is predicted for Tuesday. Highs will be similar to Monday in the upper 50s and lower 60s. Winds will continue to be from the southwest between 5-10 mph. Our next chance for rain will develop in Texas and move northeastward toward the Northland by Tuesday night into Wednesday. Lows will fall to the mid 40s Tuesday night with mostly cloudy skies. Wednesday will be cooler with scattered showers through Thursday morning.
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