There’s a chance of severe weather in Southern Minnesota and Wisconsin tonight. The Northland has clear to mostly clear skies. Low temps are in the mid to upper 50s for most of the region. Around the Range and north expect upper 40s. Winds are out of the WNW at 4-8mph.
A ridge of high pressure pushes over Minnesota Wednesday. This clears us up with sunny skies throughout the day. High temperatures are right around 80 with some mid 70s around Grand Rapids, Ironwood, Ely, and International Falls. Winds are out of the northwest at 5-10mph.
The jet stream turns more zonal Thursday, which means there’s no big troughs or ridges. There is an upper level low in Manitoba that could kick off a 20% chance of showers in the morning, especially north of Duluth. Lows are in the mid 50s and highs reach the upper 70s.
A shortwave pushes south into the Northland on Friday, this brings some clouds and cools us off, just a little. Morning lows are in the mid 50s and highs reach the mid 70s. The wave could bring a 20% chance of early morning showers.
There’s a huge high pressure system to our north and this low brings an east flow and cooler temp for lakeside locations especially. On the hill expect upper 60s to near 70, lakeside expect upper 50s to low 60s. Skies are mostly sunny to partly cloudy.
There’s a low pressure system to our west. This low will increase clouds Sunday and bring a 40% chance of showers and storms. Morning lows are in the upper 40s and highs reach the mid 60s.