Rain begins from south to north tonight arriving just after midnight to the Twin Ports. Chance of rain is 100% as a large low pressure system over Nebraska moves north. Wins pick up out of the ENE at 15-25mph with higher gusts lakeside. Low temps are right around 40 for places closer to the lake, even Cloquet and Ely. And we have mid 40s for places further away.
We’ve got a rainy and windy day on our hands Wednesday. Winds are gusty and out of the east at 15-25mph with higher gusts lakeside. High temps are in the mid to upper 40s on the hill and in the low 40s lakeside. Away from the lake highs reach the low 50s in the Iron Range, Aitkin, and Hinckley. Expect mid to upper 50s in Hayward, Ashland, and Ironwood. Chance of rain is around 100%, especially in the morning then expect on and off windy showers by the afternoon.
The low moves over Lake Superior overnight and continues showers for the region into Thursday morning. Low temps are in the low to mid 40s. High pressure builds from the west which helps warm us up and gets rid of our eastern flow. Highs are near 60.
Another low pressure coming from South Dakota pushes into the Northland on Friday. This increases our chances of rain to 80%. Morning lows are in the mid 40s and highs reach the mid 50s, the eastern flow returns making temps about 8-10 degrees cooler lakeside.
The showers subside overnight into Saturday morning with lows down to 45. A weak high pressure system moves in from the west and dries us up by the afternoon. Expect partly cloudy skies and highs in the mid 60s.
An upper level wave swings south on Sunday. This increases clouds to mostly cloudy and we have a 30% chance of showers. Morning lows are in the mid 40s and highs reach the mid 60s once again.