TONIGHT / TOMORROW:
Overcast skies brought in by the approaching low pressure system will keep temperatures mild in the mid 40s. The rain won’t start falling until sunrise but the winds will become breezy 10 -15 mph from the east.
A powerful low pressure system arrives and will bring us a 100% chance of heavy rain all day on Monday. It is likely that we will see over an inch of rain and localized areas could see over 2 inches that could cause very minor flooding. Highs stay in the upper 40s. Winds will be strong out of the East 15 – 20 mph and gusting over 30.
There is still an 80% chance of rain and a mix of snow is likely in the evening. The system moves to our east and that will shift the winds from the East to the Northwest 15 – 20 mph and 20-30 mph here on Duluth. The shift in wind direction will bring in colder temperatures from Canada.
There is a 20% chance to see an isolated snow shower in the morning, but other than that it will stay cloudy and cool with the high temperature in the upper 30s and low 40s.
Thursday will have clearing clouds but still cool temperatures with highs similar to Wednesday in the upper 30s and low 40s. High pressure builds in Thursday afternoon and will bring us sunny skies for Friday. Skies will be sunny but highs will stay cool, and night time lows will get down into the 20s here in Duluth and teens are possible in places like Hibbing Friday morning.
Temperatures will be closer to average with highs near 50 and lows in the low 30s. I’m not seeing any significant rain or snow event through the weekend.