We have some flurries possible throughout the night tonight mainly north of the Iron Range and in the Upper Peninsula. High pressure is trying to build in from the southwest in Iowa, but the low to our north is too strong not to bring a few flakes for the northern areas. Lows are in the upper 20s to low 30s across the Northland. Expect 29 on the hill in Duluth and 33 by the lake. Winds are out of the northwest at 5-10mph.
The high pressure moves to the south over Missouri and Illinois. A warm front is approaching from the west. The high will bring partly cloudy skies for Friday, then clouds will increase by the evening hours from the southwest. We are rather cool with highs in the upper 30s, so the cold air is in place over the region. Winds are out of the northwest at 5-10mph.
Saturday the warm front passes through and allows for warm air to filter in bringing our high temps into the upper 40s. The front also brings a 40% chance of showers. The best chance of rain is north of Duluth, to the south expect a 20% chance of showers.
COOLING BACK DOWN:
A cold front passes through Saturday into Sunday which cools us back down and also brings a chance of snow and rain. Lows Sunday morning are in the low 30s and highs are in the upper 30s. Chance of precipitation is around 40% with cloudy skies.
Monday a weak ridge in the jet stream pushes over the Northland. This gives us partly cloudy skies. We stay cooler than average. Near 29 for a low and highs are in the mid to upper 30s.
Tuesday another shortwave in the jet stream pushes closer. This brings clouds and a 30% chance of some snow and rain. Lows are in the low 30s and highs reach the low 40s.