Warm front will turn Friday toasty but a cold front Saturday could stir up storms
High air pressure has settled over the Northland and that will make Thursday night calm and dry. It will make Friday sunny, too. At the same time, a warm front working in from the west will raise temperatures to a range of 85-90 degrees. That front will be the lead element of a low which will turn things towards clouds on Saturday and then a cold front will lift up storms. That will cause Sunday to drop below 70. But, things will warm up again next week.
The sky will be clear to partly cloudy and dry due to the influence of a high pressure cell. The low temperatures will run from 53-60 degrees. The wind will be SE 5-10 mph.
The cell of high air pressure will cause the sky to stay sunny. A warm front from an approaching low will make inland high temperatures run 85-90. Lakeside readings will indeed be “cooler by the lake” and go 74-84. The wind will be SE 5-15 mph.
A low will be in place Saturday to cause a 40% chance for showers and thunderstorms beneath a cloudy sky. Morning low temp will be near 65. The afternoon high will be close to 78. The wind will be NW 5-15 mph.
Sunday should be showery with low 55 and high 68. Monday should be mostly sunny with low 52 and high 72. Tuesday may be sunny with low 53 and high 77. Wednesday could be sunny, too, with low 57 and high 80. Next Thursday will be mostly sunny with low 57 and high 75.
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