Calm tonight but strong storms may fire up Tuesday
Two low pressure systems to the west will create a single rain chance for the region on Tuesday. The first may make for showers and storms in northern Minnesota Tuesday morning. The second low will fire up a region-wide shot Tuesday afternoon and evening. The Northland has a slight chance for severe weather region-wide on Tuesday according to the storm prediction center in Norman, OK. The lows will leave and a new high will clear the sky on Wednesday. In the wake of the lows, a half to full inch of rain could fill up our rain gauges.
The sky will stay partly cloudy and give us dry conditions Monday evening and a good portion of early Tuesday morning. Low temps will be 52-60. The wind will be W 5-10 in MN and SE 5-10 in WI and MI.
The lows from the west will start their 60% chance for severe storms from 4 am to noon for Minnesota’s Arrowhead near and north of the Iron Ranges. The rest of the region from east central MN to the U.P. will get the best storm chance late afternoon through the evening - perhaps a window of 4 pm to midnight. The afternoon highs will be 67-78 by Lake Superior. Inland readings will be 80-86. The wind will be SSE 5-15 mph.
The lows will leave early in the morning and a new high will arrive which will clear the sky. Temperatures will start at 65 degrees for the low. The high will hit 80 in the afternoon. The wind will be W 10-20 mph.
Thursday should be sunny with low 55 and high 75. Friday should be sunny, too, with low 57 and high 83. Saturday may be showery with low 65 and high 80. Sunday may be mostly sunny with low 60 and high 75. Next Mondy should be partly cloudy with low 55 and high 79.
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