Calm, sunny Saturday could turn to a little rain Sunday
Flood Warning will continue for northern Minnesota from International Falls to Crane Lake until Monday according to NWS Duluth. High pressure will cause calm weather Friday night and Saturday. A low from the west will try to drop some showers and storms Sunday morning. By Monday, another heatwave will roll over the region. It may last through Tuesday before temps fall back into the 70′s.
FRIDAY NIGHT AND SATURDAY MORNING:
A high just north of the border will make it clear to partly cloudy overnight. The low temperature will range from 45-50. The wind will be N 5-10 mph.
The high will hold onto our sky on Saturday so it should be sunny again around the region. The afternoon high temperatures will be 60-70 by Lake Superior. Inland, they will run 70-76. The wind will be ESE 5-15 mph region-wide.
The day will start with a cloudier sky as a low from the west runs along the Canadian border. The low will bring a 30% chance for showers and thunderstorms. The best chance for pay off of precip will be along the Canadian border where a quarter inch of rain may fall. The rest of us may get less than a tenth. The morning low will be 49 and the afternoon high will hit 78. The wind will be S 5-15 mph.
Monday will be showery with low 60 and high 90. Tuesday will be sunny with low 65 and high 84. Wednesday will be sunny with low 57 and high 79. Thursday will be sunny with low 55 and high 78. Next Friday will be partly cloudy with low 53 and high 75.
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