Severe storms possible Monday night before heat returns Tuesday
Flood Warning will continue for northern Minnesota from International Falls to Crane Lake until further notice according to NWS Duluth. Heat Advisory will cover the Northland until 1 a.m. Tuesday morning. It may come back again Tuesday as temperatures run 80-90 again. Severe Thunderstorm Watch is in effect for much of northern MN until 1 a.m. Keep an eye out for a low pressure system Monday night to bring its best shot at storms and precip to towns along the Canadian border. The rest of us have a lesser chance. On Tuesday, the storms will leave and the heat could return. Tuesday may be almost as warm as Monday. But, it will fall back towards normal on Wednesday.
Higher air pressure helped make it sunny and warm Monday but Monday night, a low from the west will feast on that energy and bring 40-50% chances for showers and storms to the region. Out west, some could become severe so be cautious out and about overnight. Low temps will be near 70. The wind will be SW 10-20 mph.
The lows will go and the high will take over again to make it sunny, hot and humid for another day. The afternoon high temperature should be 80-86 in MN. It will run 85-90 in WI and MI. The wind will be W 10-20 mph.
The day will be sunny due to the cloud crushing power of the high pressure system but it won’t be as warm. The normal high is 73. Wednesday will start near 58. The afternoon high will be 75. But by Thursday, it may warm up a bit again. The wind for Wednesday will be NW 5-15 mph.
Thursday could be stormy with low 55 and high 85. Friday could be stormy, too, with low 60 and high 80. Saturday may be stormy as well with low 57 and high 75. Sunday will be sunny with low 52 and high 73. Next Monday will be mostly sunny with low 50 and high 71.
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