Cold front set to drop temperatures back to normal for Wednesday
Flood Warning will continue for northern Minnesota from International Falls to Crane Lake until further notice according to NWS Duluth. Small Craft Advisory will cover Lake Superior as winds run westerly 10-20+ mph. The departing cold front of one of last night’s storm-ridden lows will lift up a chance for Iron Range rain showers overnight. The front will knock down Wednesday temperatures for all zones back to the 70′s. It will go back up into the 80′s, though, for Thursday and that could start showers and storms again that night which may last through Saturday. By Sunday, it will be sunny and cooler.
A cold front from Canada will create a 30% chance for rain showers along the Canadian border. It will also drop our low temperatures to the 50′s. Look for low temps from 52-58. The wind will be W 10-20 mph.
Higher pressure from the west will take over and the sky will go to the sunny side region-wide. The afternoon high temps will be 70-73 by Lake Superior and a range of 73-78 inland. The wind will be WNW 10-20 mph.
Storms may roll Monday night but sunshine and heat come back for Tuesday(CBS 3 DULUTH)
The day will be sunny due to the high pressure system but a new low will be with us in the evening so there will be a 30% chance for night showers and storms. The low temp will be 55. The high will go back up to 85. The wind will be SW 5-15 mph.
Friday could be stormy with low 60 and high 82. Saturday could be stormy, too, with low 58 and high 70. Sunday should be sunny with low 50 and high 70. Monday will be sunny with low 50 and high 75. Next Tuesday will be partly cloudy with low 53 and high 70.
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