Thunderstorms may rumble again tonight and last through Saturday
Flood Warning will continue for northern Minnesota from International Falls to Crane Lake until further notice according to the latest statement from NWS Duluth. Thursday was nice during the day due to a cell of high air pressure that put away the clouds but Thursday night, that system will move away. In its place will be a low just to our north that will lift up a 40% chance for showers and storms. Embedded in that overall chance is a shot at severe storms, too. The low from the west will back up the northern one so storm chances will last through Saturday. On Sunday, it will clear up and cool down.
The cold front of the low will be the trigger for the storm chance Thursday night. It will cover all zones but the best shot at precip will be from central Minnesota through the Arrowhead. Low temperatures will be 58-63. The wind will be W 5-15 mph.
The low to the north and the one to the west will combine to fire up a 60% storm chance especially in the afternoon. Again, some severe storms could fire up so be cautious ahead of time. The afternoon high will be 70-75 by Lake Superior. It will be 80-87 inland. The wind will be W 5-15 in MN and S 5-15 in WI and the U.P.
There will be a 60% chance for a final round of showers and thunderstorms as the western low makes its exit from our Northland. By the time both systems wrap up, we could have rain totals near an inch in MN and a half inch in WI and MI. The morning low will be 55. The afternoon high will be 75. The wind will be SE 5-15 mph.
Sunday should be sunny with low 53 and high 68. Monday should be mostly sunny with low 49 and high 74. Tuesday could be rainy with low 53 and high 74. Wednesday will have a rain chance, too, with low 50 and high 73. Next Thursday will be partly sunny with low 55 and high 74.
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