Storms may come back Thursday night and stick around through Saturday
Flood Warning will continue for northern Minnesota from International Falls to Crane Lake until 10 pm Monday according to NWS Duluth. Wednesday was wonderful thanks to high pressure that made for sunshine with near normal temperatures. A fresh low, though, will bring back temperatures in the 80′s along with thunderstorm chances by Thursday night. This storm chance may last through Saturday. On Sunday, it will clear up and cool down to below normal levels.
A high pressure system parked over the Northland will keep the sky clear and the temperatures near normal overnight. Low temps should run 53-58. The wind will be WSW 5-15 mph.
The high will start the day with sunshine but an approaching low from the west will create and evening chance for showers and thunderstorms. The chance is 30%. The chance for severe storms is low but not non-existent. Afternoon high temps will place near 75 by Lake Superior. They will run 82-89. The wind will be SSW 10-20 mph.
There will be a 50% chance for showers and thunderstorms as the lates low continues to track across our landscape. The low will be 62. The high will be 82. The wind will be S 5-15 mph.
Saturday could be stormy with low 57 and high 75. Sunday should be mostly sunny with low 52 and high 65. Monday should be sunny with low 48 and high 73. Tuesday will have a rain chance with low 55 and high 75. Next Wednesday will be partly cloudy with low 51 and high 71.
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