There’s an upper level low to the north and a trough over the Great Lake states tonight. This will keep winds breezy out of the northwest at 5-10mph. Skies will be mostly clear to partly cloudy and low temps will be in the mid to upper 40s with some locations to the south in the low 50s.
A weak cold front pushes in Thursday. This will kick off some clouds by the afternoon with skies becoming partly cloudy. It will also bring a 30% chance of some showers, especially south of Duluth. Winds are still quite breezy out of the northwest at 15-20mph. High temperatures are in the mid to upper 60s with some locations to the south near 70.
High pressure builds from the north and we clear up Friday. Morning lows are on the chilly side with temps around 44, highs reach the low 60s.
Expect tons-o-sun Saturday with lows down to 42 in the morning and highs reaching the low 60s by the afternoon. The highs pressure system sits just east of Lake Superior.
A nice big ridge in the jet stream pushes east and starts to bring warmer air from the south Sunday. Lows are in the mid 40s and highs reach the upper 60s. Skies are partly cloudy.
A warm front moves into the region Monday. This increases our clouds to mostly cloudy and brings a 20% chance of showers. Morning lows are near 50 and highs reach the low 70s.