This morning: Most this morning are waking up with partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the 60s and 50s. Any leftover rain and thunderstorms should begin to clear the region as we head through the rest of this morning.
Today: Today is another HOT one. Yesterday if you were by the lake, you were able to escape the heat. Unfortunately, that will not be the case today. Most of the Northland meets or exceeds the 90-degree mark today. Although, right on the lake, it is a tad cooler in the 80s and up the North Shore. Most of the day features partly to mostly sunny skies. However, as we head into the PM hours, we begin to see some rain and thunderstorms fire up, especially to the south of the Twin Ports. There is a shot at some severe weather and, once again, primarily focused to the south of the Twin Ports. The biggest threat with these storms is heavy winds as well as some hail. Winds today are out of the south between 5-10 MPH.
Tonight: As we progress through the evening hours into tonight, the storm threat begins to diminish, and we are left with partly cloudy skies. Clouds are on the increase tonight, though, all in advance of a cold of a cold front that will bring rain and cooler temperatures for the day tomorrow.
Friday: Friday is cooler as well as wetter. The day features mostly cloudy skies as well as pockets of rain. It will not be raining all the time, but everyone will at least see some shower activity. Temperatures are much cooler only in the upper 60s and 70s and possibly some low 80s further west. Winds are out of the east between 10-15 MPH.
Coming up: How is the weekend looking? Meteorologist Peter Kvietkauaks is in for Hunter this Thursday morning and will have the forecast on KBJR 6 Today between 5-7 AM. Join us!