Daily chances of scattered showers & storms through the whole upcoming week
TONIGHT: Sunday night will be another mostly cloudy evening, but there are chances of showers before midnight for mainly the Iron Range and Arrowhead region. The rain chance is 20% and will be isolated so accumulation will be minimal to none. Temperatures will once again fall back to the mid to upper 50s, but with dewpoints once again being close to the lows, fog could develop after midnight. The patchy fog will mainly focus around the lake so a Dense Fog Advisory could be issued by Monday morning. Winds will continue to come off the lake at a calm rate between 3-6 mph. Monday will once again be a mixture of sun, clouds, and scattered chances of rain.
MONDAY: The new week will begin with early patchy fog possible during the morning hours mainly around the lake. A low-pressure system will be centered over the Midwest creating a surface boundary across the Dakotas. This will initiate the chances for more showers and storms on Monday throughout the day. If it’s not raining, it will be mostly cloudy and temperatures will not change much compared to the last several days with highs in the lower to mid 70s. Winds will continue to come off the lake between 5-15 mph. In terms of rainfall amounts, a tenth to a quarter of an inch is possible. Iron Range and Arrowhead continue to be the main focus of rain, but other areas are still under a chance. Lows will fall to the mid 50s.
TUESDAY: Another day of more mostly cloudy skies with scattered storms is expected for Tuesday. The same front boundary will once again initiate more chances of storms for the Northland. Highs will be the same in the lower 70s and lows falling to the upper 50s. This type of weather is expected for the rest of the week. Due to the daily chances of showers and storms, isolated flooding could be possible especially later in the week.
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