Warm again, with a shot at thunderstorms
DULUTH, MN. (CBS 3 Duluth) -
Thursday: We start Thursday with mostly sunny skies overhead, but clouds gradually increase through the afternoon hours, giving way to partly cloudy skies by this evening. A minor shot at a shower or storm across the Northland cannot be ruled out with the increasing clouds. Any storms that do form could have the potential to be strong or severe in nature with strong winds and hail. Not everyone will see a shower or storm. Temperatures today climb into the mid and upper 80s for most, but I would not be surprised to see a few lower 90s in the southern portion of our region. Tonight, the isolated threat of showers and storms continues, but most will stay dry, with temperatures falling back into the 60s for most.
Friday: Scattered showers and storms continue through our day Friday. Friday is not a washout by any means, but you will want to stay weather aware with that shower and storm threat. Temperatures are a tad cooler than Thursday, making it into the low and mid-80s across the Northland. Again, any storms we do see run the potential of being strong to severe in nature, especially across the western portion of our area.
Saturday: It looks like Saturday starts rather wet as a line of showers and storms march across the Northland through the overnight hours Friday night and the first part of the day Saturday. Afterward, there are signs of improvement for Saturday afternoon with some gradual clearing and maybe a bit of sunshine towards the evening. The line of showers and storms knock down temperature into the upper 60s and low to mid-70s.
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