Low pressure continues to move over the Northland and we have showers moving north with it throughout the night tonight. Expect rain showers to move from the south to the north with clouds breaking up for areas south of Highway 2. To the north expect cloudy skies and a better chance of showers. Low temperatures are in the low to mid 40s with an east wind in the Twin Ports and up the North Shore at 3-6mph. Expect a southwest wind in NW Wisconsin at 5-10mph.
Expect mostly cloudy skies throughout most of the day Thursday. There’s a 30% chance of showers, especially in the morning for areas from Duluth to the Iron Range. Further north, around the Borderland expect a 40-50% chance of some showers. Temperatures are in the mid to upper 50s and winds are out of the northwest at 10-15mph.
Rain moves back into the forecast on Friday. Morning lows are in the low 40s and highs reach the mid 50s. A low pressure system over in the Dakotas is the culprit. It’s attached to a wave in the jet stream that swings over our chance of rain mainly in the afternoon hours. It arrives from south to north throughout the day.
The wave in the jet, and low move north into Ontario overnight into Saturday morning. We see some lingering showers overnight but they should be said and done by early morning hours. Morning lows are in the mid 40s and highs reach the mid 60s. Skies are mostly cloudy to partly cloudy by the afternoon hours.
A nice ridge of high pressure builds Sunday. This dries us up and clears our skies. Lows are in the mid 40s and highs reach the upper 60s.
We now have a 40% chance of rain. Models have started to agree on a wet trend as a low pressure system rides the border between South Dakota and Nebraska. The rain arrives by the afternoon hours and lasts all night into Tuesday.