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Sunshine today, showers and cooler temperatures for Wednesday

Published: May. 24, 2022 at 4:05 AM CDT
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DULUTH, MN. (CBS 3 Duluth) -

Today: Similar to yesterday, we may wake up with a few more clouds through the morning hours, but through the rest of the day, some clouds will burn off, giving way to partly cloudy skies for most across the Northland. With those partly cloudy skies overhead, temperatures climb into the mid and upper 60s for most across the Northland; some in Northwest Wisconsin may crack 70. Through the overnight hours, clouds fill in once again, giving way to mostly cloudy skies as temperatures fall back into the 40s.

Temperatures today for most climb into the mid and upper 60s.
Temperatures today for most climb into the mid and upper 60s.(CBS 3)

Wednesday: Most will start Wednesday dry with mostly cloudy skies overhead, but as we head through the morning and early afternoon, rain showers fill in all across the Northland. Rain is widespread for most through the afternoon hours. With those clouds and showers, temperatures only climb into the low and mid-50s for most across the Northland. Through the night, rain moves out, giving way to mostly cloudy skies.

Showers move in through Wednesday morning.
Showers move in through Wednesday morning.(CBS 3)
Heaviest rain is across portions of Northwest Wisconsin.
Heaviest rain is across portions of Northwest Wisconsin.(CBS 3)

Thursday: We start our Thursday with cloudy skies overhead, but we gradually see clearing through the day, giving way to some sunshine as we head towards Thursday afternoon and evening. Temperatures climb into the upper 50s and lower 60s across the area.

Clouds clear as we head through Thursday.
Clouds clear as we head through Thursday.(CBS 3)

Coming up: There is more warm air to close the week after the mid-week cooldown. How warm? Meteorologist Peter Kvietkaskas will have the forecast on CBS 3 This Morning. Join us!

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