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End of the work-week looks wet.

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TONIGHT:
Eastern flow will be breezy at times tonight. Expect an east wind at 10-15mph as high pressure sits over Hudson Bay and clockwise flow around it funnels in the east wind. With that eastern flow comes mostly cloudy skies for areas near the lake. Closer to the lake expect mid to upper 20s. Away from the lake temps will be in the low 20s to upper teens.

WEDNESDAY:
There’s a low over Lake Winnipeg and another down around Colorado Wednesday afternoon. These two lows will keep their rain to the west for the time being as they approach. Expect mostly cloudy skies and breezy winds out of the northeast at 15-20mph. There’s a 30% chance of some rain showers by the afternoon/evening.

THURSDAY:
The chance of rain goes up Thursday to 50%. The Colorado Low moves further north and east and brings the best chance of rain to places west of Duluth. Warm air will push in from the south, but for areas lakeside expect an east wind to keep temps cooler. We’ll have low 40s in Duluth and some 50s away from the lake.

FRIDAY:
The low moves north over the Manitoba/Ontario border. This drags a cold front down to the region which will force all the warm moist air up and bring an 80% chance of rain and then a rain snow mix by the afternoon. Morning lows are in the mid 30s and highs reach the upper 30s.

SATURDAY:
High pressure builds from the west behind the cold front and we see our skies clear up. Morning lows are chilly with temps near 20. Highs are in the low 40s Saturday.

SUNDAY:
The high pressure system moves east and southern flow returns. We warm up a bit with this southern flow. Morning temps are in the upper 20s and highs reach the upper 40s.

Adam Clark
Chief Meteorologist

Adam Clark

Chief Meteorologist

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