TODAY: A cold front sweeps through the Northland this morning and early afternoon. We'll see mostly cloudy to partly cloudy skies with a 40% chance for showers and rumbles of thunder. Highs reach the upper 50's to lower 60's. Skies become partly cloudy towards the evening hours, with a 30% chance for showers overnight. Lows dip into the 30's and 40's.
WEDNESDAY: A surface trough brings a 50% chance for scattered showers and rumbles of thunder. Most of the Northland will be mostly cloudy with highs reaching the mid 50's. A 30% chance for showers persists overnight. This is when the coldest temperatures correspond with the best chance for showers, meaning northern portions of our region could see mixed precipitation, or even snow. Accumulation would be almost none, and any lingering snow would melt pretty quickly. Check back for updates.
THURSDAY: A colder air mass settles in for a couple of days. Highs reach the mid to upper 40's with a 30% chance for showers. Skies clear in the evening and overnight hours, bringing lows in the 20's for most areas. A few upper teens will also be possible. Frost is likely throughout the Northland.
FRIDAY: Highs reach the mid 40's as high pressure moves into the region. Partly cloudy skies persist throughout the day. Lows fall into the 20's and 30's with patchy frost likely.
WATCH KBJR 6 FROM 5-7 AND AGAIN AT NOON FOR MY FULL FORECAST!
Have a great day!
-Meteorologist Hunter McCullough