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Warming back up tomorrow!

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Warmer air will be streaming in from the southwest tonight and will cause some showers and even some thunder around the Iron Range and points Northward. Expect a southern wind at 10-15mph and lows in the low to mid 60s. Locations up the North Shore will be in the mid to low 50s, this includes Superior.

We’ve got a nice big ridge over the region Tuesday. This pumps in some warm air from the south and it feels like summer again. Highs are in the mid to upper 80s with I. Falls around the 90 degree mark. Lakeside locations in Duluth and up the North Shore will have upper 60s to low 70s. Winds are out of the south at 10-20mph.

An upper level high pressure system sits over northern Michigan and that keeps our skies clear and our temperatures warm Wednesday. Morning lows are in the low 60s and highs reach the mid 80s.

The morning will be mild again with mid 60s for lows. A cold front approaches on Thursday and brings cloudy skies and a 50% chance of showers and storms. Highs are right around 80.

The front passes but does not carry much cooler air. A ridge in the jet stream forms over the eastern seaboard and that keeps us dry creating sinking air. Lows in the morning are in the upper 50s and highs reach the low 80s with party cloudy skies.

An upper level low moves south and cools us down Saturday. It also brings a 40% chance of rain. Expect upper 50s for lows and low 70s for a high.

Adam Clark
Chief Meteorologist
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Adam Clark

Chief Meteorologist

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