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Severe storms possible tonight.

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TONIGHT:
There’s a chance of some strong storms north and west of Hibbing tonight. Expect the threat of large hail and high winds and an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out either. For Duluth, the NorthShore stretching all the way to Aitkin County expect mostly clear skies. Temperatures are in the low 60s. Close to the lake we have low 50s to upper 40s as a lake breeze will be sticking with us.

TUESDAY:
There’s two lows to our south Tuesday. One is a normal low pressure, the other is a subtropical low (Cristobal). These two lows will be combining over Iowa by Tuesday evening. This is when we have our best chance of rain, 40%. High temperatures are in the mid 70s on the hill and upper 50s lakeside. Away from the lake and to the south expect temps in the low to mid 80s. Winds are out of the southeast at 5-15mph, so expect North Shore locations to be cooler.

WEDNESDAY:
The rain arrives overnight into Wednesday morning as what’s left of Cristobal moves north over the Upper Peninsula by Wednesday afternoon. The chance of rain overnight AND for Wednesday is 90%. Expect around a half inch to 2” of rain possible with this system. We have a windy east wind which cools lakeside locations down. Morning lows are near 53 and highs reach 60.

THURSDAY
Rain pushes out of the region overnight into Thursday as the low continues north and east. Expect  20% chance of some morning rain showers. Lows are around 50s and highs reach the mid 60s, with mid 50s lakeside.

FRIDAY:
There’s a high pressure system to our north on Friday and Saturday. The clockwise flow around it provides an east wind that keeps our temps cool. Morning lows are in the mid 40s and highs are in the mid to low 60s for both days. Lakeside locations will be around 8-10 degrees cooler.


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

Adam Clark

Chief Meteorologist

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