Storms and soaking rain will dominate first half of weekend
Flood Warning will continue for northern Minnesota from International Falls to Crane Lake until further notice according to the latest statement from NWS Duluth. Friday was nice during the day with a fair amount of sunshine but yet another low is set to plow through our region Friday night and portions of Saturday. Strong to severe storms are possible again and rain could be heavy. High air pressure comes back on Sunday to clear us up and cool us down a bit.
FRIDAY NIGHT AND SATURDAY MORNING:
The chance for showers and storms is 80% in Minnesota and 50% for Wisconsin and the U.P. Low temps should go from the low 50′s near Lake Superior to a range of 57-63 inland. The wind will be SSE 5-15 mph.
Soaking rain could happen in the morning hours of Saturday. It should wind down to sprinkles in the afternoon. By the time the low goes away in the evening, Minnesota could have received 1-2″ of rain, Wisconsin could get a half inch to one inch, the U.P. could run a quarter to half inch. High temps in the afternoon will be in the low 70′s by Lake Superior. Inland temperatures could place 73-77. The wind will be SSE 5-15 mph.
High pressure from Canada will clear us up and cool us down. The sky on Sunday should be mostly sunny. The morning low will start at 52. The high will only make it to 68. The normal is 74. The wind will be NW 10-20 mph.
Monday should be sunny with low 49 and high 75. Tuesday should be rainy with low 55 and high 73. Wednesday could be rainy with low 48 and high 73. Thursday will be sunny with low 55 and high 77. Next Friday will be sunny with low 50 and high 71.
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