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Warming up Tuesday!

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TONIGHT:
Warm air is pushing in from the south tonight and will bring a chance of patchy fog to lakeside locations. Morning lows are in the mid to upper 50s. Expect a west wind at 4-8mph. Skies are going to be clear to mostly clear with a large ridge over the region.

TUESDAY:
A small shortwave in the jet stream pushes over the Northland Tuesday. This brings some clouds to the region and ahead of it we have some warm air. High temps reach the upper 70s to low 80s for most of the Northland. Expect mid to upper 80s for areas south of Highway 2. There’s a 40% chance of showers around International Falls as the wave passes by, everyone else just has a few more clouds.

WEDNESDAY:
A small ridge in the jet stream swings over Wednesday. This clears us up and keeps us warm. Morning lows are in the mid 50s and highs reach the low 80s. Skies are mostly sunny.

THURSDAY:
There’s a chance of rain Thursday as another wave in the jet stream and a surface low to our north swing over to the east. Chances look to be small, around 20% , but expect partly cloudy skies with lows in the mid 50s and highs in the upper 70s.

FRIDAY:
The wave in the jet pushes further to the south becoming a trough and there’s a fast spot in the stream above the Northland on Friday. Morning temps are in the mid 50s and highs reach the low 70s with partly cloudy skies, a bit cooler as the trough brings in cooler air from the north.

SATURDAY:
An omega pattern develops in the jet stream Saturday. This puts us under a ridge and keeps us dry. Morning lows are in the low 50s and highs reach 70.


Adam Clark
Chief Meteorologist
Email: aclark@kbjr6.com
Facebook: Adam Clark KBJR 6
Twitter: @AdamClarkKBJR6

Adam Clark

Chief Meteorologist

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