Frost Advisory for parts of WI and MI tonight, rain for all on Friday
A high from Canada gave Minnesotans a Frost Advisory last night. Now, it will give Wisconsin and the U.P. a Frost Advisory Thursday night into Friday morning. Then, a new low will come around to cloud up the Friday sky and kick up a rain shower chance that should last through Sunday. By Monday, it will become sunny again but temperatures all week long will be a little cooler than normal.
It will be partly cloudy and cool across the region but the coolest will be in Ashland, Iron and Gogebic Counties and those zones face a Frost Advisory. Lows there will be 31-39. In MN, the lows will be 34-40, just warm enough to avoid the advisory. The wind will be SE 5-10 mph.
Clouds will build in the morning as a low from Montana gets closer. Rain showers could begin in the afternoon. The high temperatures will run 56-64. The normal is 65. The wind will be S 5-15 mph.
The low will keep a 40% chance of rain going on Saturday. It should end late on Sunday. Rain totals over the three day period may go a third to a full inch. Saturday morning’s low will be 47. The high will be 57. The wind will be SE 5-10 mph.
Sunday should be showery with low 49 and high 60. Monday will be sunny with low 44 and high 59. Tuesday should be sunny with low 40 and high 57. Wednesday should be sunny with low of 40 and a high of 57. Next Thursday will be sunny with low 42 and high 63.
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